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“Made by We” Concept Debuts in Flatiron District

WeWork parent The We Company has introduced Made by We, a new offering that combines retail with workspace that can be booked by the minute. The first Made by We outpost opened recently at 902 Broadway in the Flatiron District.

“Made by We will act as a new town square, revitalizing the neighborhood with a center of community,” according to a We Company blog posting. It features a retail space showcasing products made by the We community, along with a full café provided by Bluestone Lane.

The company created what it calls “a custom version of WeWork’s communal work and meeting spaces, with nearly 100 bookable workplace seats available on-demand or for pre-booking via our website, and meeting spaces for groups of four to 10 people.”

In addition to WeWork, the recently-rebranded We Company’s platform includes residential property company WeLive and WeGrow, a schools business.

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