The Real Deal and SPACES talk trends in co-working at August 21 event

Join us later this month at SPACES' Chrysler Building location

TRD New York /
Aug.August 08, 2019 10:00 AM

The Real Deal and SPACES are teaming up for an afternoon of tours, networking and a discussion on where co-working is going next. The event is on August 21, at SPACES’ newest location in the Chrysler Building. It will feature an influential group of speakers including Nick LiVigne, head of product at Convene; Michael Berretta, vice president of Network Development at IWG; and Richard Beyda, co-founder of The Yard. These industry experts will dive deep into the latest trends, from new arrangements with landlords to the latest innovative amenities.

Join us for a co-working panel discussion followed by the grand opening party for SPACES’ newest location. Their newest location, located in the iconic landmark, occupies four floors and offers designer office space flooded with light. For more information on SPACES, visit their site here.

Visit our event site for more information, or purchase tickets here.


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