Co-working Spaces Business Grows

WeWork, a U.S. company dedicated to renting shared spaces for work, announced that at the end of 2019 will begin operating in Costa Rica.

Thursday, April 4, 2019

WeWork will have its first location located in the project C3 (former Real Cariari), San Jose, in the General Cañas Highway, Cruce de San Antonio de Belen, with a building of 6 floors, with capacity for 2,000 people, informed the Costa Rican Coalition of Development Initiatives (Cinde) through a statement.

From the Cinde statement:

San José, 03 April, 2019. U.S. company WeWork, with presence in more than 101 cities globally, announced that at the end of 2019 it will begin operations in San Jose, Costa Rica, with the goal of transforming the local business ecosystem and function as a gateway for companies to the Central American region.

Valued last year at more than US$47 billion and ranked as the second most valuable startup in the United States, WeWork seeks to change the way people live and feel their work by offering the spaces, services and connections necessary for companies to grow while their employees grow.

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