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New Stats Show that Coworking is Dominating the Office Real Estate Market

updated October 25, 2018
With coworking emerging as the fastest growing sub-sector of the real estate market, it should come as no surprise that it is now the new normal when it comes to office leasing. The popularity of the sector has meant new reports are now released on such a frequent basis that…

The Annual Value of London’s Commercial Sales of Property has Soared by 166% since 2014

updated October 24, 2018
Search Acumen, the property data and technology provider, analysed HM Land Registry data for Greater London’s 28 boroughs and the results have shown that the annual value of London’s commercial sales of property has soared by 166% since 2014, up from £11.3 billion in 2014 to £30.1 billion in 2017.…

What will Coworking Spaces Look Like in the Future?

updated October 23, 2018
Coworking memberships have enjoyed steady growth since inception. The Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC) has indicated that memberships are growing at an average annual growth rate of 24.2%. In addition, the number of self-employed people is set to take over the public sector for the first time and predictions are…

Latest Real Estate Asset Class, Co-living, Set to Take London by Storm

updated September 27, 2018
One of the latest real estate asset classes, already growing in popularity in Hong Kong and across Asia too, is bucking the trend attracting investors back to London. Co-living is primed to take off in the capital city. Such developments consisting of smaller private rooms and larger communal amenities are…

Top Trends Fueling the Rise in Coworking in Asia

updated September 27, 2018
A recent report by Cushman & Wakefield shines the spotlight on the Asia Pacific coworking market with research revealing a 40% growth in memberships, which is well above the global average. “Coworking in Asia, China specifically, is making coworking in the US look like it’s standing still,” Liz Elam, Executive…
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