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WeWork Clearfork is coming to Fort Worth in 2018

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WeWork has announced the opening of its first Fort Worth location, WeWork Clearfork, for 2018.

WeWork Clearfork will be located at 5049 Edwards Ranch and will house 850 members. According to a news release, WeWork Clearfork will offer private offices with room for up to 36 employees; nooks, conference rooms and quiet phone booths; community bars, pantries and

complimentary fruit water and coffee and event space. Additionally, because of its location, WeWork will offer access to restaurants, coffee shops and a lobby bar.

“WeWork builds more than just beautiful work spaces, we aim to build communities that help people collaborate and thrive,” said Adam Wacenske, WeWork’s General Manager for the South, in the release. “We’re encouraged by the interest and growth we’ve seen in the metroplex, and we’re excited to bring our community to Fort Worth.”

WeWork is an international co-working space company. Over its 160 locations across 17 countries and 53 cities, WeWork employs 150,000 members. As a co-working space provider, the company offers three types of space:

Furnished, enclosed, lockable private office space, all the benefits of We Membership and 24/7 access to the location.

Dedicated desks or hot desks, which provide unlimited access to available workspace in the chosen location and includes all the benefits of We Membership.

We Membership which includes internet, printing, conference room credits, cleaning utilities and more. We Membership allows the customer to book daily workspace and/or hourly meeting space in any WeWork locations.

“The energy in Fort Worth can’t be beat as companies continue to see the benefits of our great city and open their doors here,” said Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, in the release. “As one of the fastest growing large cities in the U.S., Fort Worth prides itself on providing a unique quality of life to those who live and do business here. People who live in Fort Worth want to work in Fort Worth and WeWork offers that option to everyone from entrepreneurs and startups to large companies. I am excited to welcome this global company to our community.”

WeWork was co-founded by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in New York City in 2010, and aims to work with all entrepreneurs “from startups and freelancers to small businesses and large corporations,” the release detailed. “Our community is united by a desire for our members to create meaningful work and lead meaningful lives—to be a part of something greater than ourselves.”

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