WeWork’s New Normal: Trying To Fill The Huge Spaces From Its Pre-IPO Leasing Binge

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As WeWork tries to right its ship following its disastrous IPO attempt, it is opening several large, new spaces in the D.C. market that will add hundreds of thousands of square feet to its portfolio.

As it attempts to fill those spaces, it will do so with a radically different corporate outlook: The company is laying off 2,400 employees, has a new chairman and co-CEOs and is grappling with mounting losses: $1.25B in the third quarter alone. 


RSK: We knew this was coming. That is a load of space to lease-up.

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