By the end of the year, WeWork expects to have 22 locations in the Seattle and Bellevue area.
Real estate experts see headwinds ahead for less sophisticated coworking businesses, and ones relying on one company or industry, if a recession hits.
As flexible space continues to build its presence in global office markets, consolidation between operators of all sizes could help take it to the next stage of maturity.
A narrative has taken hold over the past few years that asserts that the future of work will be dominated by robots, AI programs, and other technological marvels that strip humans entirely away from the workplace.
A new partnership with healthcare startup Eden will place clinics within Convene's flexible office footprint.
Coworking continues to rise in popularity worldwide, but when it comes to gender, it’s become clear that the spaces aren’t always so balanced.
Long past its start as a trendy, niche form of office space for small users, coworking is now infiltrating seemingly every other asset class in commercial real estate.
Data influences WeWork’s real estate deals, construction sequence, and design choices. There’s a sense that acquiring data literacy makes architecture relevant in a tech-dominated era.
Office owners are entering the co-working market, providing flexible workspace options to prospective tenants—and they are giving operators stiff competition.
It’s not just offices that are adapting to new, flexible ways of working and an increasingly mobile workforce.
In many ways, coworking spaces were made for small businesses. In the startup stage, flexibility and affordable amenities can be invaluable to productivity.
Coworking’s rapid expansion has been concentrated in gateway U.S. markets, but smaller coworking providers are capitalizing on untapped demand in smaller cities. And they aren’t afraid of the $47B elephant in the room.
With a new network of rural tech hubs, the Rural Innovation Initiative wants to kickstart small downtowns.
WeWork, which is a division of The We Company these days, has acquired Euclid, a Maryland-based software company specializing in gathering data on people as they move through physical space.
WeWork chief creative officer Adam Kimmel gives Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington’s new wellness startup, a cozy look that could nearly pass for Huffington’s apartment.
The Old Line State's flagship university is now home to its first WeWork location, as the coworking giant tests out a campus concept it hopes to bring to more colleges around the country.
Kettlespace is turning to restaurants closed by day into a more suitable workspace for remote workers.