London’s Flex Market Looks To Life Beyond WeWork

 Founder Adam Neumann might want to buy WeWork back, but London’s flex office market is still dusting itself down after the beleaguered coworking giant reached agreements to cut a number of its London locations amid the financial crisis enveloping its global operations. 

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Coworking Is Surviving Its Trial By Fire

 The business model is untested, they cried. You need to see how it performs in a recession, they said. The flexible office space had not seen a downturn before. Well boy, it has now. And so far,...

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London occupiers look to offload 388,000 sq ft of offices

  London’s office occupiers have placed 388,000 sq ft back on the market over the course of the UK’s lockdown, according to Savills. This has increased the total supply of tenant space available ...

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Out of office forever? Inside the future of work

  Even ardent office enthusiasts will find the return to work a slog. The Government’s advice for creating “Covid-19 secure” workplaces is uninspiring: lifts must be half empty (creating tricky b...

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Coronavirus: What's the future for the office?

  Before the coronavirus pandemic, the office was where millions of us spent about a third of our time. However, since the lockdown, almost half the UK's workforce say they have been working from...

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Small Coworking Owners Believe They Will Bounce Back — If They Can Survive

 Lisa Skye Hain has been in the real estate and hospitality industry since 1998. She worked in Danny Meyer’s restaurants, wrote a cookbook and was WeWork’s second-ever employee, opening up two of...

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Goodbye to open office spaces? How experts are rethinking the workplace.

 The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating workers’ worries about returning to jobs in these often debated floor plans.  Distracting, intrusive, and now a potential health hazard. The list of...

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Joanna Bourke: Why London HQs have a future after Covid-19

  Who knew what WFH meant before this year? I didn’t, albeit I may be behind the times. But, I reckon there are plenty, who, like me, had no clue what this acronym was until we recently became su...

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Coronavirus spread set to hit London’s leasing market

  The outbreak of Covid-19 will likely lead to a readjustment in rents and rent-free periods across London’s office market as landlords compete for fewer footloose tenants in a weaker, post-coron...

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