4 Considerations For Landlords Amid Rise of Co-Working

February 12, 2020, Law360, by Andrew McIntyre–

Amid increased demand for co-working environments, WeWork and similar companies have taken massive amounts of space across the country, and lawyers say such lease deals can be lucrative for landlords. But owners should keep several key points in mind as they consider leasing to a co-working company.

“It’s the philosophy of keeping your desk clean at the end of the day…and worrying about who else is in the space and might have access,” said Robert McPeak of Mcdonald Carano LLP.  To read the entire article click here.

 


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