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One of London’s Richest Families to Open Luxury Co-Working Space

  • Howard de Walden to open central London office space next year
  • The family estate owns over 800 buildings in city’s West End
34 and 36 Queen Anne Street in London.
34 and 36 Queen Anne Street in London.Source: Google Maps

London is getting another private club, this time in the form of a boutique co-working space in the capital’s West End.

The Howard de Walden Estate, which owns swathes of London’s Marylebone neighborhood, aims to open its first workspace in mid-2023. The 10,000 square foot office will span two Georgian townhouses at 34 and 36 Queen Anne Street, accommodating 200 members in its lounges, bookable meeting rooms and private offices.