The Real Deal New York

Co-working means co-waiting for the elevator

Densely packed WeWork offices mean lines abound as older buildings feel strain
By Konrad Putzier | December 10, 2015 09:30AM

From the December issue: WeWork offices have been widely praised among the startup and tech crowds. But getting to them is not always easy.

The office-sharing sensation has gobbled up a lot of its square footage in old New York City office buildings that don’t always lend themselves to quick elevator rides and the like.

On social media, WeWork members regularly complain about slow elevators at the co-working company’s locations. [more]