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Tishman Speyer Unveils Coworking Brand, Plans Expansion

Tishman Speyer’s new coworking brand, Studio, doesn’t open its doors until Nov. 1, but response to the inaugural Rockefeller Center space has prompted the owner/developer to prepare a rollout to five other markets. Following November’s launch of the approximately 35,000-square-foot Studio at Rockefeller Center, Tishman Speyer will expand it to Boston, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, and Frankfurt Germany.

“We’ve seen great demand for flexible office space from our enterprise clients and prospective tenants, and we understand the importance of agility and the need for companies of all sizes to be able to move quickly and scale as needed,” said Tishman Speyer’s Thais Galli.

The company developed its Studio concept for current and future tenants with a focus on improving an organization’s productivity and employees’ well-being. To that end, tenants in the Rockefeller Center space (pictured) will have access to Zo, the suite of amenities Tishman Speyer launched earlier this year.

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