Why WeWork's problems have London landlords fretting

The office space firm is the capital’s largest private tenant but its very public and rapid retrenchment is making waves

At the UK headquarters of office space company WeWork, the skateboard half-pipe is empty, the arcade machines aren’t in use and the DJ turntables are motionless.

It could be because it’s 11am on a grey weekday in London, or it could be because this fast-growing company has suddenly found itself in crisis mode.

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Source: theguardian – realestate
Why WeWork's problems have London landlords fretting