Industry News: Hotels’ Investments In Coworking Amenities Are Paying Off

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

A coworking-inspired area at the Crowne Plaza Paris Republique. Photo Credit: Crowne Plaza via Travel Weekly
  • Hotels that have long invested in coworking amenities are now seeing those investments pay off, reports Travel Weekly as pandemic-era travelers increasingly seek out spaces purpose-built for remote work.
  • Building Design + Construction shares an adaptive reuse project in Austin that transforms a warehouse site into an indoor-outdoor creative office building.
  • Yelp review can change your choice of restaurants, says Commercial Observer, but will the tech firm’s decision to close down offices convince other firms it’s time to do the same?
  • Fast Comapny shares why these 100,000-square-foot warehouses are designed like hip coworking spaces.
  • Check out these eco-sustainable pods that can serve as a workspace in the middle of nature via Yanko Design.
  • Forbes investigates why building and expanding office spaces are now on a wait and see basis.
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