About REGUS Leeds Princes Exchange
The Princes Exchange Centre is sited in a landmark seven-storey contemporary, glass building at a prestigious address overlooking the River Aire. It is in central Leeds next to the financial district where neighbours include major high street banks, solicitors and accountants and the city's main railway station. As well as having a modern, striking design, this building offers fabulous views across the bustling city centre and is next to footpaths for enjoyable riverside strolls. Leeds is the capital of the Yorkshire and Humber region and one of the leading business locations in Europe. Thanks to its diverse economy it has been able to survive and recover from economic downturns better than many other European cities. Over the last decade, developers have been re-shaping the city's skyline with major investment projects and the value of the city's economy is projected to grow by over a quarter in the next 10 years.
Regus Leeds Princes Exchange offers a communal kitchen with tea and coffee making facilities.
The compound has a comfortable business lounge allowing its members to stay productive on the move and a smaller break out area to brainstorm ideas.
- Close to train station
- Close to bus station
- Free parking
- Mentors meetings
- Happy hour
- Soft drinks
- Printing services
- Open on Saturday
- Open on Sunday
- Open 24/7
- Swimming pool
- Sport classes
- No commitment
- 1 day min.
- 1 week min.
- 1 month min.
- 2 months min.
- City residents only
- Designers only
- Requires a screening Interview
- Social ventures only
- Technological ventures only
- Worldwide access
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Where to eat
The compound is located near restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
Regus was Founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1989 by English entrepreneur Mark Dixon. The company is based in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange. Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, with customers including some of the most successful entrepreneurs, individuals and multi-billion dollar corporations.
The company includes almost 3000 business centers, spanning almost 900 cities across 120 countries. Through its range of office formats, as well as growing mobile, virtual office, and workplace recovery businesses, it enables people and businesses to work where they want, when they want, how they want, and at a range of price points.
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Reviews score 4 / 5 ()
I needed the office for 3months only to end up paying it for a year, since wasn't careful with the small print and no one mentioned it to me while signing in. After year has gone by I got charge "exit fee" and 3 months of "business continuity", that I never requested. They even charged me for a "welcome package" that I never received! How lame is that?
Reviews score 3.8 / 5
Was persuaded into signing up in December under special offer despite the fact I would be away for the rest of the month. Told me it would be fine if I wasn't around to pay my first invoice then charged late payment fee. Getting passed from pillar to post between centre team and customer services most of whom aren't responding. Livid!
Super friendly staff. Good location. Has what you need to get a days work done
Posh office space and beautiful building. Shame about the parking, none is provided so out of towners will need to cough up considerabley at the nearby NCPs
Good location. Modern offices.
Best Regus I e ever been to