Miami’s office market continues to be dependent on coworking firms to fill their spaces, but some landlords are concerned that their absorption rate is becoming too much.
Knotel quadrupling its new headquarters
New York-based coworking operator Knotel is opening up a new space in the former New York Times building.
The 51,000 square foot deal was once going to be a traditional flexible office location, but now is going to be Knotel’s headquarters.
Currently, the company’s headquarters is located in a 14,000 square foot space on Varick Street, but will be moving soon as the location is about to be torn down and redeveloped into the new Walt Disney Co campus.
Knotel has been growing rapidly and now has over 2 million square feet of space across 100 locations internationally.
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