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WeWork is set to become London's biggest renter of office space

Co-working office provider WeWork will become London's biggest private user of office space. The move represents a big bet on the resilience of post-Brexit London's office market. LONDON — Hip office provider WeWork has signed leases that will make it London's biggest private user of office space, according to data compiled by CoStar Group for Bloomberg. The seven-year-old New York firm, valued at over £15 billion ($20 billion), is known for its trendy co-working offices which feature free beer taps and other perks.
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