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Could Coworking Actually Thrive In The Face Of A Recession?

Research from Ropes & Gray suggests that the coworking market may actually grow faster during an economic downturn despite some analysts’ concerns that it would slow.

June 24, 2019

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The Wing Opens New Headquarters In 165-year-old New York City Building

Women-focused coworking community The Wing has revealed its new 22,000 square foot headquarters located in a 19th-century former hospital in New York City’s East Village.

June 24, 2019

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What To Expect From UK’s Flexible Office Sector In The Future

JLL’s recent research reveals how UK’s flexible office market is evolving, with predictions showing that the sector will take up 8.5% of total office stock by 2023.

June 24, 2019

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Coworking Firm Provides Doctors With Alternative To Private Practices

Coworking firm Clinicube is working to provide millennial doctors, who are coming into the field with a load of debt, an affordable solution to typical private practices.

June 24, 2019

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Chicago Coworking Firm Purchases Miami Office Building

Novel Coworking has bought a 63,240 square foot low-rise Miami office building in Edgewater for $20.62 million and plans to transform it to include coworking amenities.

June 24, 2019

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Two Lawsuits Alleged Age And Gender Discrimination At WeWork

Richard Markel and Lisa Bridges, two former WeWork executives, have filed lawsuits alleging they faced age and gender discrimination during their time at the company.

June 21, 2019

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How Coworking Companies Can Truly Become Inclusive Spaces For All

Coworking spaces are all about community, but rising membership fees have led operators, such as the Coven, to go the extra mile in creating an inclusive environment.

June 21, 2019

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CommonGrounds To Expand Seattle’s Rapidly Growing Coworking Market

CommonGrounds, a coworking company based out of Carlsbad, California, will open a new location in Seattle’s Dexter Building that is surrounded by numerous tech companies.

June 20, 2019

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Glasgow And Edinburgh Flexible Office Market To Double

Edinburgh and Glasgow’s flexible office markets are expected to double by 2023, accounting for about 3 to 4% of total office stock, according to new research from JLL.

June 20, 2019

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The Riveter Moves Forward With National Expansion Plan In Minneapolis

Female-centric coworking firm The Riveter will open its new space in Edina after its recent $15 million Series A funding round that is going towards national expansion.

June 20, 2019

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WeWork Continues To Grow Its Enterprise Client Base In Waterloo

Banking and financial services company HSBC has leased out 1,135 desks at WeWork’s new Waterloo location as the coworking firm continues to expand its corporate tenants.

June 20, 2019

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How A Flexible Office Company Sets Itself Apart In San Francisco

Flexible office firm Breather is expanding its San Francisco footprint, offering private offices for single companies, and some coworking companies are taking note.

June 20, 2019

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WeWork’s Chicago Footprint Reaches 1 Million Square Foot Milestone

WeWork’s newest Chicago location that takes up 90,000 square feet of office space has brought the company’s portfolio to an impressive 1 million square feet in the city.

June 19, 2019

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How Coworking Providers Can Find Balance Between Services and Cost

Coworking companies continue to disrupt the property sector, but finding cost effective solutions to accommodate a higher density of tenants do not have to be sacrificed.

June 19, 2019

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Melbourne Corporations Take Up Almost Half Of Coworking Spaces

Despite the fact that coworking and startups are frequently grouped together, about half of Melbourne’s coworking spaces are taken up by workers from large corporations.

June 19, 2019

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