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WeWork's first Paris space dazzles in Art Deco building

It’s France’s first WeWork outpost WeWork, the New York-based coworking company, has an incredible real estate footprint in the U.S.—and an ever-expanding one around the world. The company’s presence has, for better or worse, changed much of how we think about what a workspace can and should be. In fact, WeWork’s influence was recently affirmed by a $4.4 billion investment from Japan’s SoftBank, ahead of a planned expansion in Asia.
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