Co-working spaces like the ones created by the multi-billion dollar company, WeWork, have been dominating the real estate market. According to a report from JLL, over 30 percent of all office space will be considered "flexible" or spaces that offer short-term leases and co-working.
Spaces where workers either pay to set-up shop in a common area or shell out a monthly payment for a private office can either be distracting or inviting.
On today's episode, The Indicator went to a Manhattan WeWork to try to get some work done.
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