Co-working spaces: Not just for start-up bros anymore
Co-working began a decade ago to serve the needs of scrappy startups and nascent entrepreneurs, but now a new wave of flexible workspace options from global giants like Tishman Speyer are helping blue chip companies stay nimble and competitive.
Tishman Speyer rolled out its coworking concept, Studio, to two more Manhattan buildings, as some predict flexible office leases to become more popular for businesses in the … Read More
Managing Director Thais Galli discusses the institutional force behind the company’s coworking brand and shares insights on the sector’s performance and future. Read more at … Read More