Linked Presentation Updated December 14, 2017
The concept of coworking is no longer a new phenomenon. Now, more than ever, the evolution of communal office space represents a significant part of the office investment conversation. With a valuation currently exceeding $21 billion, WeWork has become one of the world’s fastest and most innovative companies, captivating private and institutional investors alike. In addition to several other coworking providers now entering the space, the industry is faced with a tidal shift in the manner tenants, landlords and investors each approach office space.
HFF Research has updated its presentation that details what coworking means for the commercial real estate investor. In the presentation, you will learn facts and figures about WeWork, the world leader in coworking environments and shared workplace; the different types of coworking operators; eight coworking trends to watch; how coworking drives asset-level demand and beats the competitive set for winning tenants; and more.
Click here to view the HFF presentation "The Coworking Revolution: What it Means for Today's Real Estate Investor."
Prepared by HFF Research Analyst Jordan A. Fried