Nexity is the latest in a long list of companies that have embarked on coworking, and is taking a 54% stake in Morning Coworking to enter the sector.
The real estate developer announced that it has acquired a 54% stake in Morning Coworking (BAP Group). This introduction into the industry allows it to immediately have a significant offer of spaces in Ile de France since Morning Coworking now has 20 spaces housing more than 540 companies and 5,200 coworkers
This is nothing new in the Coworking industry, which has seen its number of players multiply in recent months:
- Wellio, Covivio's offer, celebrated its first anniversary in December and plans to develop in Bordeaux and Milan this year
- AccorHotels and Bouygues Immobilier, meanwhile, have partnered to create Nextdoor, which currently operates 9 coworking locations in France
- International Workplace Group (IWG) plans to open one of the biggest coworking sites in Europe (18,000 m²) in La Défense
- Wework is present in about thirty countries, and operates 11 spaces in Paris and is currently diversifying in other industries
It may be observed that other types of players are also trying to penetrate the industry. In the United Kingdom the platform Spacemize was launched. It makes it possible to access new working spaces in hotels and restaurants in the British capital including the no less prestigious Sheraton Park Lane and the W Hotel London.
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