State-of-the-art training centre is unveiled at K2

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 3 Jul 2018

A NEW state-of the-art business facility has been unveiled inside Hull’s £6m K2 building.

The centre, which provides an ideal location for companies in the city to hold training sessions and seminars, can seat up to 40 people.

It is also equipped with the latest AV technology and screens, and is the latest part of the impressive K2 development to be completed.

Brian Freestone, communities director at K2, said: “Community is at the heart of K2. We wanted to create a vibrant space for companies and individuals to do business – whether that’s work, host meetings, hold brainstorming sessions or run a seminar or conference. 

“Sometimes this can’t be done in the office due to size and space, and providing a fresh environment can also inspire creativity and new thinking.

“This is why we created the K2 Training Centre. We didn’t want this to be a place for K2 tenants only, but for other local businesses to use, too.”

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Situated on the first floor, the K2 Training Centre is designed to provide a corporate space for companies to hire to host staff or client training sessions away from their offices.

It is the latest corporate part of the Bond Street development to launch, with the first occupants moving into private offices and co-working spaces back in February. 

Since then, Rise gym, Sky Garden rooftop space and Lion Heart Hot Yoga studio have opened at K2, and work is continuing on long-term apartments and an events space for the development.

The site is being developed by Tradepark Ltd, based in Beverley.

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The company bought the former Kingston House building in August last year, and work began in September. Work at the K2 is moving fast, but it is not yet completed.

This summer, the building is expected to welcome a new Indian restaurant, run by the former owner of Rumi’s in Beverley.

Arisi will have a unique menu to the city, owner Sham Alom said, including fresh fish landed in Hull. The menu will also change seasonally with vegetarian and vegan dishes available.

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