Major office space provider IWG has started adopting the franchisor model, pioneered by fast-food company McDonald’s, in its effort to edge further away from WeWork.
Cundall has opened the doors of its new WELL registered office in Dubai
Cundall has opened a brand new, state-of-the-art, WELL accredited flexible office space in the heart of Dubai. This office has dedicated their commitment to health and well-being by providing clients with lighting made from recycled plastic tubes as well as desks and a ceiling designed with the latest parametric modeling technology.
By making health and well-being their number one priority, Cundall hopes to start a trend throughout the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region to produce more areas that spark creativity and collaboration.
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Chicago-based Novel Coworking has purchased Denver’s 195,753 square foot, 17-story boutique office property Trinity Place in Uptown that is currently 65% leased.