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Coworking giant WeWork is looking more and more like a traditional real estate company and the launching of a real estate advisory services division punctuates that point.
Come September, the eight-year-old company will kick off WeWork Space Services in New York City, a business targeting small and medium-sized firms (read: 10 to 250 employees in 2,000 to 5,000 square feet) that either grew too big for a WeWork or passed on a WeWork space. Included in the lease: a one-year WeWork membership. While it will not technically be a brokerage, the team will provide real estate services to tenants.
The company hopes to turn the brokerage model on its head with the use of consultants to do real estate deals.