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The workspace's location in the heart of Canary Wharf puts it very close to financial institutions and aims to create more "happy collisions" between entrepreneurs and potential customers in the form of banks.
Or as Eric van der Kleij, head of Level39 and previously chief executive of the Tech City Investment Organisation, put it: "Think of Shoreditch for start-ups and here for growth."
The workspace includes a 200-seat event space, set of meeting rooms (dubbed 'sandboxes') plus a drop-in space, with 'hot' and fixed desks available for hire, plus an open plan kitchen with an iPad-powered coffee machine, seen above.
Over the last 12 weeks the space has been tested out by seven businesses taking part in the Accenture Fintech Innovation lab.
van der Kleij said: "The challenges that Shoreditch and central London have around power and connectivity are not a problem here because it's a well planned city."
He added: "We're not trying to copy anywhere else. We consider ourselves to be very complementary to Tech City we consider ourselves very much part of that." With 7,000 tech workers at Canary Wharf, "that already makes it a pretty dense cluster," according to van der Kleij.
Pictured above is the 'business club lounge' of Level39.