The flexible office and coworking markets have grown rapidly over the last five years, with more than 4 million sq ft leased to flexible office providers in Central London, according to a new report from digital office broker Hubble in partnership with JLL.
Coworking seems to be constantly shape-shifting, but its newest form comes with a twist that anyone who still prefers coffee shops can get excited about: This one is free.
Companies relying solely on quoted lease rates when choosing between coworking spaces and traditional offices could find themselves unintentionally choosing lease options that are more expensive in the long run.
The principles behind this complex situation have been known to us for a long time, at least since the 1970s when Frank Duffy first introduced the world to his ideas about the physical and temporal layers of the building – in his terminology the ‘shell, services, scenery and sets’ which anticipates Stewart Brand’s own take on the interplay of building layers.
It is clear evidence that a phenomenon that was catalysed by its ability to a provide flexible and attractive accommodation for start-ups and freelancers in the expensive tech and creative hubs of globalised cities is now a core element of real estate strategy for a much wider range of organisational types.
Canopy, an upscale, profitable developer of co-working spaces, has expanded its footprint in San Francisco to a third location on the heels of a strategic financing round.
If you work remotely and don’t want to log more hours at your neighborhood coffee shop, a new app connects you with another local option: your neighbor’s living room.
Equinox is teaming with co-working operator Industrious to offer furnished office space near the fitness company’s upscale gyms, the latest sign that the office, fitness and hospitality industries are starting to converge.
Senior Planet is like any other coworking space. But the difference is that I am pretty much the youngest person around–by decades.
Co-working company WeWork has completed a light-filled headquarters in San Francisco's 61-storey Salesforce Tower, featuring mid-century furniture, vibrant rugs and bold artwork.
On Monday, April 29, San Francisco workers from various industries–tech, investing, design, activism–gathered near Civic Center to work for the day
WeWork, the co-working giant now known as The We Company, has submitted confidential documents to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering, the company confirmed in a press release Monday.
Since the company was founded in 2016, its designers have worked with outside manufacturers to adjust seat heights and depths to fit the average woman rather than the average man. Now, the company is scaling up an internal design team that has outfitted 80% of The Wing’s two newest locations in Los Angeles and Chicago with custom furniture.
Co-working operators are driving absorption of large blocks of space in Los Angeles. In the first quarter, flexible space providers were responsible for the largest leases, with WeWork alone signed 319,000 square feet of space in new submarkets in Greater Los Angeles, according to research from JLL
Putting offices inside shopping centers leverages conventional wisdom that workers want to be near amenities like coffee, food, or a quick trip to the gym.
Basically, Staples is embracing the millennial vibe by giving people full access to products without the stuffiness of big shelves or glass display cases, and giving them a chance to even relive childhood nostalgia a little bit.
The Wing, a co-working club dedicated to women, has opened a hub in Chicagofeaturing details that draw on 20th-century architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie-style.
Working remotely can be really tough. To get some insight into how to do it better, Google conducted a two-year study involving data from 5,600 employees across the US, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
The next frontier for coworking space is in shopping centers and other retail properties, according to a new report by Colliers International.