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Co-working Provider MakeOffices Names New CEO

Jeffrey V. Langdon has been named CEO of Arlington, VA-based MakeOffices, succeeding Zach Wade. He will continue the evolution of MakeOffices’ 15-location co-working and flexible office portfolio in Chicago, Philadelphia and greater Washington, D.C.

Along with developing new services for existing customers, MakeOffices’ roadmap will include development of occupancy products and services for enterprise users and contemporary asset owners.

“MakeOffices is positioned well with an established footprint in three strong U.S. markets,” said Langdon. “By working more collaboratively with asset owners, we can activate and ‘productize’ an entire building or portfolio, making it more occupier friendly while improving investment yields even in the face of shifting office demands.”

Before joining MakeOffices, Langdon founded Adaptive Office Resources, a management consulting firm.

Langdon most recently worked with CommonGrounds Workplace in leading its platform expansion, TechSpace on its divestiture, MindSpace on its entry to the U.S. market and CBRE/Hana on its go-to-market strategy.

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