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WeWork is the dominant figure in the coworking space, pioneering creative spaces for freelancers and giant companies alike, built on the power of community as a draw for 21st-century workers. But on Wednesday, the company announced a new product line aimed directly at midsize companies that want to be members at a WeWork, but don’t like to share.
HQ by WeWork is a new product aimed at giving companies with between 11 and 250 employees WeWork-designed, managed and leased space. The offices would be private, flexible and offer fewer services than a traditional WeWork, but have the benefit of being exclusive to one company.
Rather than a month-to-month lease for small offices at a traditional WeWork, HQ by WeWork will be spaces WeWork leases with a landlord, and designed as the member company chooses from a menu of features. The spaces are offered to companies that commit to two-year membership agreements, and won’t have the concierge services, fully stocked pantries and kegs associated with coworking.