Pool tables & beanbags | As WeWork considers 'exiting' locations, is the golden age of the co-working space over?

As WeWork considers 'exiting' locations, is the golden age of the co-working space over?

When the first co-working spaces opened, they were a revolutionary way of working, a hipster paradise offering everything from free coffee, a place to put your foldable bike, beanbags, podcasting rooms and Instagram-able plants a-plenty.

Nowadays, it seems the novelty is wearing off. Post-pandemic, with the rise of flexible working and working from home, it seems that spaces are having to re-think whether staying open is financially viable.

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