3   November,   2022

DTZ Investors Co-living brand 'Folk Co-living' partners with ARC Club to deliver workspaces at The Palm House, Harrow

Driven to deliver convenient, well-designed, and functional workspaces that are inaccessible for most renters in London, DTZ Investors has today announced a new partnership with ARC Club to provide high quality professionally managed workspace for its Folk Co-living residents at The Palm House in Harrow.

Funded through DTZ Investors Co-Living Fund I (COLIV), DTZ Investors create interior designed co-living buildings with state of the art amenities that renters can be proud of.

ARC's appointment as workspace manager at the Palm House will see them introduce a number of professionalised amenities, including second screens and state-of-the-art printing, as well as community event programming and an on-site professional customer service offering.

Joining forces with ARC Club also means that The Palm House's residents will have access not only to an ARC Club space in their own building but to ARC's growing network of spaces all over London, so they can work from wherever they choose.

Chris Saunders, COLIV Fund director, says: "DTZ Investors are delighted to partner with a brand that shares Folk's vision and values of delivering well-designed, flexible, and accessible spaces that build community and connection. ARC Club will provide premium workspaces included in residents all inclusive bill, giving residents access to The Palm House and ARC Clubs across London. We're also looking forward to welcoming members of the local community into our spaces to collaborate and create together, building a diverse and inspiring environment that everyone can be a part of.”

Hannah Philp, Co-founder at ARC Club said: "We believe that having places to convene in our local neighbourhoods is vital for physical and social wellbeing. We are social animals! As such, we are delighted to be partnering with Folk and adding productive, design-led  workspaces to their co-living portfolio. With this partnership, ARC will increase its network to 5 flexible workspaces dispersed across London and access to all of them will be included in ARC Membership, which is free to all Folk residents. The introduction of an ARC Club at The Palm House will also increase the amount of shared space that is available to the wider residential area and enhance the positive local impact of each building. ARC is committed to transforming how we live, work and thrive together in our local neighbourhoods".