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.
Savills launches coworking directory in the U.S.
Savills has expanded its Workthere program to compete within the growing popularity of non-traditional office leasing arrangements.
Workthere provides online listing information that assists clients and businesses to find flexible workspaces around the world.
The website currently has a large list of coworking and flexible offices in Asia, Europe and the U.S. including spaces offered by WeWork, Regus, and Servcorp.
Website users can search for any sort of space by location, where results are accompanied by photos, descriptions, availability and prices of each location.
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While Workthere caters to tenants, it also benefits landlords who wish to market their spaces on the website.
“Workthere provides a unique offering, with the capability to advise any business on their workspace requirements, from an individual looking to acquire a coworking desk or a global business seeking project space or expansion to a new territory,” said Patrick McGrath, CIO and head of client technologies at Savills Studley.
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