How Consumers and Workers are Shifting the Public Space Paradigm and Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

John Muggenborg for The New York Times
  • The Forbes Real Estate Council talks about what people really want in their public and work spaces, and how those elements are shifting how people interact with their spaces entirely.
  • Hoping to lure new tenants in a sluggish market, The New York Times says commercial towers across the country are dangling amenities often associated with luxury apartment living, like pool tables, wine storage and golf simulators.
  • Quartz reports that The Wing, a women’s co-working space and club, has recently announced the forthcoming launch of a short-term childcare center for members who are moms.
  • The Next Web questions if we could be the ones who will usher in the open office utopia.
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