In The Loop: Dallas Cowboys, WeWork, Wellness, And Suburban Coworking

The Dallas Cowboys announced this week that they will open a coworking space on The Star in Frisco campus

The Dallas Cowboys Enter the Coworking Industry
Bisnow reported this week that “The Dallas Cowboys are planning to open 18K SF of coworking space.” The space is set to open this summer and it will offer shared workspace, dedicated desks and private offices. The space will be located on The Star in Frisco campus.

WeWork Enters the Philippines Market
The Inquirer reported this week that Megaworld Corp., a property developer, signed a deal with WeWork to open its first coworking location in the Philippines. The coworking giant’s first Philippines location takes up two floors and a total of 43,927 square feet in Megaworld’s Uptown Tower Three in Taguig City.

Convene Announced Partnership with Eden Health
Convene recently partnered with Eden Health, a primary care and insuare navigation company. The partnership will provide Convene members with access to Eden Health’s healthcare services, including primary care, mental healthcare, and insurance. Eden Health will also have offices in Convene locations in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Boston, and Los Angeles.

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Flexible Workspaces Demand to Grow in Secondary Cities
A recent report from Instant Offices found that flexible workspace demand is set to grow in smaller, secondary cities. Moreover, the fastest growing flexible workspace markets in the US last year (2018) were all secondary cities: Las Vegas, Orlando, and Austin. The same happened in Europe, Manchester and Toulouse also ranked high on the fastest growing industry markets.