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Take a quick tour of the Nucleus, an all-new full serviced co-working space in Karachi

Housed inside the Fakhri Trade Center, the space offers a multitude of fully serviced offices.
Updated Nov 22, 2019 02:48pm

The starting point of any enterprise is an idea. And so the beginning of every living entity is the nucleus; that is where this fully serviced office and co-working space gets its name from.

Housed inside one of the most advanced corporate earthquake resistant structures in Karachi, the Fakhri Trade Centre (FTC), Nucleus promises to be the platform that businesses and start-ups have longed for.

With minimalist interiors all set to help employees feel relaxed, this co-working space aims to harness positive growth out of all businesses associated with it; use of the colour white is indicative of the fact that it is a plain canvas for artists to paint.

Corporate journeys start at the Nucleus with ample parking spaces and high speed elevators that save time; the Alcatel telephone system and high-speed internet improve communication and connection with clients. There are also multiple printing stations that enable convenient documentation.

Housing a full seminar hall and two multimedia hi-tech integrated conference rooms, the Nucleus can help business synergies find a new headquarter here. All domestic services are also taken care of through well-trained staff.

In a nutshell, this could be one of the city’s most effective office space with the incredible services on offer.

The building features a variety of facilities. Here's a look at some:

Modern lobbies

Seminar capable of holding upto 100 people

Spacious reception areas

Minimalist interiors

Casual networking spaces

Fully equipped spaces for meetings

Brightly lit rooms

Secure and convenient parking spaces

Other features include:

A complete list of amenities, pricing and contact information is available here.


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