The Flexi Group has increasingly been pursuing an asset-light approach to its real estate ventures and will open several new locations this year.
By challenging long-standing assumptions about workspace design and amenities, coworking has altered the way many people think about work.
Hub Australia CEO Brad Krauskopf discusses why the integration of flexible workspaces into commercial real estate portfolios is a growing trend that offers many benefits to landlords when done right.
The new location will mark the fourth workspace created by the partnership between Betahaus and GTC Bulgaria, created in response to growing demand.
The transformation in work trends presents challenges and opportunities for commercial real estate, but there are plenty of strategies for staying ahead.
The Instant Group’s latest data also showed demand for small-to-mid sized spaces for up to nine desks represent 85% of the county’s total demand.
The joint venture will see the creation of two new flexible workspaces, operating under a new flex-space brand ‘Centrum.’
This year’s Flexible Space Association’s Conference and Exhibition is taking place at etc.venues’ County Hall conference center in London on May 23.
Building further momentum in the UK, Convene will open a new events venue and manage tenant amenities at the Paternoster Square Redevelopment.
The new Premier location will expand the coworking brand’s Irvine footprint to more than 233,000 square feet across 10 locations.