In a new report from The Irish Times, it appears Peloton is looking to expand their operations in Europe – by opening a new office in Cork, Ireland.
Specifically, Peloton is looking for up “70,000sq ft (6,503sq m) of office space in Cork to facilitate a major expansion of its European operations.”
The Irish Times reports:
The at-home fitness company is understood to have issued a request for proposal (RFP) through the London office of CBRE in recent weeks to several commercial real estate advisers in the city with a view to accommodating up to 700 workers there.
Not familiar with CBRE? They are “the world’s leading full-service real estate services and investment firm with broader and deeper capabilities than any company in our sector.”
Peloton has previously worked with CBRE in the past. In 2019, Peloton worked with CBRE to find a new distribution center in NJ. And if you recall how Peloton is creating a remote headquarters in Plano, Texas that was announced in December – CBRE was involved in both the original office selection as well as the recent expansion plans.
Peloton currently has one open job listing for an unknown location in Ireland – a Senior Director, Member Support Operations (Europe). The job’s duties? “Create the strategy for and support a growing European based support team. Provide day-to-day direction and leadership for the Support team regarding organizational, business process, and policy decisions” This job listening wouldn’t necessarily be for the Cork location, however.
In addition to this rumored new office in Cork, Peloton is also nearing completion on a brand new production studio in London – which will allow Peloton to begin producing UK-based Tread classes, among other things.
Reached for comment by The Irish Times, Peloton said “Peloton is committed to growth and innovation however, at this time, we have no news to announce regarding new sites.”
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