40 results for “wework”
Office N Illinois

Chicago may be in a fix when it comes to flex office

| Matt Baker

Despite the recent struggles of a certain juggernaut provider, all expectations are that the coworking and flexible office segment will only flourish in the U.S. over the next decade. Some cities will see larger growth than others, however, and Chicago might not match the rate of expansion in other markets.

Retail X Missouri

Academy Bank opens flagship retail center in Kansas City

Academy Bank, a full-service community bank and wholly owned subsidiary of Dickinson Financial Corp., opened its new flagship retail banking center — and home office — in the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City, Missouri, as part of the bank’s continued expansion in the bi-state metro area.

Office X Missouri

JLL helps bring WeWork to St. Louis

Global office-sharing company WeWork has signed a lease at One Metropolitan Square in downtown St. Louis, establishing the company’s first location in the city. WeWork provides shared workspaces and services for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, small businesses and large enterprises.

Office N Illinois

WeWork leases 90,000 SF in Fulton Market

WeWork has agreed to a lease for 89,500 square feet of space at 1155 W. Fulton Street, representing all of the available office space in the building. Barnett Capital, Ltd. and Domus Special Situations Group acquired the building earlier this year and the joint venture is in the late stages of a comprehensive modernization and repositioning…

Office Midwest

Coming soon to a Midwest downtown near you: even more coworking spaces

| Dan Rafter

Coworking spaces continue to pop up across the country, and the Midwest is no exception. As companies continue to shrink their office footprints and employees seek shorter commutes and more flexible working conditions, cities from Madison to Chicago and Detroit to Kansas City as seeing new coworking spaces open, often in the center of their…

Office N Illinois

Coworking flexes its muscles

| Matt Baker

Coworking is a quite misunderstood segment of the real estate economy. It seems novel, but its roots go back to the ‘70s. It’s users are young start-ups, except when they are Fortune 100 multinationals. So just what is the reality about this emerging asset class and where are things headed?