WeWork, the world’s leading flexible office space provider, announced the expansion of its On Demand pilot to an additional 15 locations from Harlem to Hollis.
Meetup announced that the company has been acquired in a spin-off from WeWork that has a location in Harlem.
A rebellion is brewing among WeWork tenants. Small business owners are bristling at the shared office giant’s demand that they continue paying rent at locations that remain open, despite a Continue Reading →
VoteRunLead – the nation’s largest and most diverse campaign and leadership training program – is hosting Women & Power 2018: a National Town Hall in partnership with Facebook and WeWork, Continue Reading →
Crains NY reports that with a WeWork office in Harlem, the $20 billion provider of flexible workspace, was close to signing a lease at the city’s tallest office tower.
Launching in New York City on June 16, 2018, is the VoteRunLead WeWork Women’s Leadership Works #RunAsYouAre New York Training.
This year, WeWork is spending its Halloween in Harlem. Working with Children’s Aid Society, WeWork threw a party on Friday for students at Children’s Aid’s Dunlevy Milbank Center that promoted Continue Reading →
WeWork opened its office in Harlem afew years back, now Crains NY reports that Lord & Taylor’s century-old flagship store on Fifth Avenue is set to be sold for $850 Continue Reading →
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