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WeWork signs lease at Landmark Guadalajara

WeWork has signed its first lease in Mexico at Thor Equities The Landmark Guadalajara, occupying the 12 floors of the building.

The Landmark Guadalajara is a premier 2.5 million-square-foot mixed-use development filled with 300,000 square feet office space, 70 retail stores, and 150 residences.

“We are excited to welcome WeWork to The Landmark Guadalajara in Mexico,” says Joseph Sitt, Chairman of Thor Equities Group. “As the area continues to develop into the region’s most important economic zone, companies are increasingly looking to operate their business in the city.”

The Landmark is located in Guadalajara’s prestigious Puerto de Hierro metropolitan and got its distinct design by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos.

Thor Equities Group has rapidly launched many projects around Mexico, including the Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City and The Park San Luis Potosi, a mixed-use lifestyle retail centre.

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