The premises of Jurkovič Heating Plant in Bratislava will open in August. The national cultural monument will offer 3900 m2 of flexible space, with a total capacity of approximately 450 seats.
Apart from the most unique work environment, it will serve as a venue for organizing events, trainings, meetings or other operational events, to a wide variety of clients who will benefit from such versatile space. In the heating plant, there will be a schoolroom, fully equipped meeting rooms, a multifunctional hall, focus rooms, a mini cinema, as well as areas for relaxation and entertainment.
The range of services provided will include everything you might need for a comprehensive use of your work and leisure time:
- a 24-hour access to the building
- workplace equipment
- reception and administration services
- cleaning services
- high-speed internet connection
- IT support
- printing services
- meeting and project rooms of various sizes and standards of AV equipment
- relaxation zones
- a green roof terrace
- a multifunctional hall for trainings, discussions, openings and other events
- parking options for bicycles, scooters and cars
Upon completion, the heating plant will offer not only flexible offices but a multifunctional hall, a café, a gallery of modern art and a restaurant as well.
"The vision for the heating plant was to create an inspiring and diverse workspace that will provide an opportunity for socialization of various user groups. From corporate clients, to start-ups, freelancers or students, they will all meet in the unique environment of the national cultural monument. The undeniable advantage is the location in an attractive area which is easily accessible and close to the city center," says Erik Páleš, a Business Development Manager at Penta Real Estate Slovakia.
"Jurkovič Heating Plant meets all the requirements to become a community center within the SKY PARK project. We believe that its unique concept, which has brought history together with modern industrial design and new functionalities, will be a great attraction for visitors," he adds.