Small office space opportunities at mall
An entire floor at Washington Mall has been converted into a range of different sized units to help cater to the demands of businesses looking to rent smaller offices.
With pressure on registered companies in Bermuda to show economic substance, the owners of the mall also believe there could be some interest from businesses seeking to comply with the new requirements
More than 5,000 sq ft has been divided into seven offices ranging from 200 sq ft to 2,500 sq ft in a move to cater for a wide-range of businesses either relocating or setting up in Bermuda.
Paul Slaughter, general manager, of the mall’s owners, Washington Properties (Bermuda) Ltd, said: “We have seen a move towards a demand for smaller offices so we decided to undertake these changes.
“Through the Economic Substance Act, enacted under pressure from the EU Code of Conduct Group, we also think there may be some demand from companies who want to stay in Bermuda and have a larger economic presence with people being employed here.
“Bermuda continues to have good transport links, a good, skilled, workforce and good infrastructure. Although some companies which are incorporated here may leave, it is to be hoped others may decide to employ locals or move some of their employees here.
“But we have to be prepared to offer the facilities they need and I think this new office space will do just that.”
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