MIT Center for Real Estate publishes paper on impact of coworking on real estate value

THE MIT CENTER for Real Estate published a working paper that raises questions about whether a building fully converted to coworking space is financially beneficial for the property owner.
PROVIDENCE – A working paper published in late February by the MIT Center for Real Estate raises questions about whether a building fully converted to coworking space is financially beneficial for the property owner. The report, called “Will CoWorking Work?” is authored by William C. Wheaton, a professor emeritus with the Department of Economics at…

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