WeWork , a leading company in the development of flexible working spaces worldwide, will open a new coworking at number 12 of Prim Street in Madrid , right in the center district of the capital . The new lease has had the mentadvisor property consultant Cushman & Wakefield, qu e has accompanied the American company in eight of the ten spacios and open during the process of landing in Spain.
It is the first building rented by WeWork in a historic and central area of Madrid, in a space that hosted for 20 years the Criminal Courts. It is owned by Consorcio Compensación de Seguros, has 47 parking spaces and is living an integral rehabilitation in which the cover stands out . The facade, meanwhile, is ra da subbed to give the a dynamic and modern look.
The reform of the building will provide outstanding energy characteristics, minimizing energy onsumos c and maintenance of equipment. The process has been initiated in order to lengthen ra the useful life of the property, itseffectiveness and its sustainability.
Cushman & Wakefield has advised WeWork in the rental of five spaces in Madrid : Eloy Gonzalo 27, Castellana 43, Castellana 77 , María de Molina 39 and Prim 12. In Barcelona, the real estate consultant has accompanied the North American company in its openings in the Luxa and WIP buildings, located in the district of 22 @ , and in Diagonal 444. The flexible spaces company currently occupies more than 400 properties in 100 countries around the world.