The Inner City Ideas Cartel is situated in the centre of the Cape Town CBD at 71 De Waterkant Street above the bustling Hemelhuijs restaurant. The building exudes an energy that makes you feel as though there are boundless possibilities afoot and stepping off the street and into the high volume, glass, concrete and steel interior, I feel an almost tangible tense sense of excitement.
The Inner City Ideas Cartel concept was started in 2013 by Schuyler Vorster after a few months of constant travel and many attempts at finding somewhere stylish, organised and easy to work in, when visiting Cape Town. From his personal requirements, a dream was born, and Schuyler soon created the Inner City Ideas Cartel, a space that is flexible and easy to work in.
At the Inner City Ideas Cartel, you can simply walk in and work, as everything from the Internet, to your desk space is easily set up and accessible; whether you need it for an hour, a day, a week or longer term. The concept is “a workspace hotel” – the same way in which you want to travel hassle free, Inner City Ideas Cartel ensures you can also now also work hassle free.
The office space, working environment and desk layouts are not the only elements key to this incredibly productive working environment however, which is why Inner City Ideas Cartel makes use of RSAWEB’s high speed City Fibre Internet connectivity to ensure that all the businesses housed within the building are able to flourish and work quickly – from international video Skype calls, to file sending and online research.
The Inner City Ideas Cartel space has an alluring ‘vibe’ to it with its mixture of funky, younger, hip atmosphere, entrepreneurial and corporate occupants, and funky rooftop bar; all culminating in a classy but trendy environment. If you are looking for a space that is corporate, organised, inspirational and elegant then this is the right place for you.
To find out more about Inner City Ideas Cartel visit their website – click here.
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