Co-working 2.0: The Market Space Grows Up
Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Length: 60 minutes
Once a cottage industry catering exclusively to small space occupiers, co-working is rapidly becoming an “outsourcing solution” to meet the needs of corporate real estate with the potential to disrupt the traditional office leasing market.
As occupiers continue to seek flexible real estate solutions to meet their business requirements, Co-working continues its rapid expansion and is increasingly coming to the attention of real estate investors, operators and developers who recognize this occupancy model as a permanent part of the office market. While the potential is enormous, it clearly has the potential to disrupt how the office market traditionally does business in every way.
- Industry growth and key drivers
- User profiles
- Facilities programming
- Business model
- Potential market impacts
Who Should Watch?
- Equity & Debt Providers
- Investment Analysts
- Owners, Operators & Developers
With more than 25 years of real estate industry experience, Glenn Brill advises investors and developers on large scale mixed-use projects in the Americas, Europe, East Asia, and the Middle East. Glenn’s experience includes underwriting structured finance including debt and equity participation as well as market and financial feasibility.
Benjamin Steele works on a wide range of client engagements including strategic advisory, hospitality, valuation, due diligence, feasibility, market analysis and other real estate related matters. Ben’s experience includes working with various different clients including private equity funds, institutional investors, developers, and family offices.