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WeWork Is Opening A Jerusalem Co-Working Space

Shared office real estate company WeWork announced Sunday it will open a new coworking space in Jerusalem in October. The Jerusalem location is set to be WeWork’s first space in the city and its ninth in Israel.

Located on King George Street in central Jerusalem, the two-floor space is set to host 400 people. Monthly leasing fees for the new location will start from $289 (NIS 1,050) for a hot desk and go up to $495 (NIS 1,800) for a desk in a private office.

Earlier this month, WeWork opened its first northern Israel location in the port city of Haifa, set to host up to 600 members. The company reports nearly 5,000 members in Israel. WeWork operates co-working spaces in 77 cities worldwide with 268,000 global members, according to company statements.

A version of this article appeared in Calcalist’s C-Tech on August 27, 2018.

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