WeWork, the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot have announced a partnership to help push post-pandemic economic recovery and provide local businesses a safe place to return to the office.
This is WeWork’s fifth city partnership, with the others located in Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
For Chicago x WeWork, businesses will be provided with a safety-focused, data-driven hybrid workspaces that makes the transition back into the workplace as seamless and health-conscious as possible.
“We are proud to partner with WeWork to help Chicago come back stronger than ever this fall and beyond,” said Mayor Lightfoot. “As leaders, it is vitally important that we help our residents and businesses adapt to unprecedented events and help them rebuild their sense of community, which in turn makes our city stronger and more resilient. Partnerships like the one forged with WeWork will help our businesses find the space they need to not only safely return to work, but also continue enriching our neighborhoods and our entire city.”
Through the partnership, members of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce will be given access to WeWork spaces, including 1 month off a dedicated space when committing to 6 months, 2 months off when making a year-long commitment or a discount on a WeWork All Access membership.