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Knotel has quietly inked 160K sf in leases since December

Knotel has quietly inked 160K sf in leases since December

Knotel, the flexible office space firm and WeWork arch-rival, has signed another four New York leases, joining the co-working...

Knotel expands in Manhattan with a new lease at 61 Broadway

Knotel expands in Manhattan with a new lease at 61 Broadway

Knotel has locked down a new lease in Lower Manhattan. The flexible office company finalized a 60,323 square-foot lease...

The Long View: How mortgage banks created the co-working lease

The Long View: How mortgage banks created the co-working lease

Andrew Ross Sorkin, author of the book “Too Big To Fail,” recently wrote an opinion piece in the New...

The co-working space race

The co-working space race

This past spring, the head of leasing at a major office complex in Los Angeles got a surprising phone call from a broker representing WeWork. Just days earlier, the co-working giant had passed on...

Co-working company Bond Collective expands into Soho, Greenpoint

Co-working company Bond Collective expands into Soho, Greenpoint

Co-working company Bond Collective is branching out into two new neighborhoods. The New York City-based firm inked a 25,000-square-foot...

WeWork is taking a five-floor spread in Midtown East

WeWork is taking a five-floor spread in Midtown East

WeWork just signed one of its largest lease deals this year, taking 117,000 square feet at 575 Lexington Avenue...

Jay Suites is opening its 9th outpost at GFP’s 515 Madison Avenue

Jay Suites is opening its 9th outpost at GFP’s 515 Madison Avenue

The co-working company Jay Suites has signed a 50,000-square-foot lease at 515 Madison Avenue with the Gural family’s GFP...

WeWork continues its hunt for investors at $850M Lord & Taylor building

WeWork continues its hunt for investors at $850M Lord & Taylor building

Almost a year after WeWork announced the $850 million acquisition of the Lord & Taylor building in Midtown Manhattan,...

Moody’s is no longer rating WeWork

Moody’s is no longer rating WeWork

Moody’s dropped its ratings of WeWork, saying it didn’t have enough information to evaluate the company’s creditworthiness. Moody’s wasn’t being paid for the rating, Bloomberg reported. In April, the rating agency graded WeWork’s $702...

Behind WeWork’s push to capture the elusive mid-sized tenant

Behind WeWork’s push to capture the elusive mid-sized tenant

When WeWork started off in 2010, it made a name for itself as a solution for freelancers and small...

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