WeWork, the shared workspace company now valued at over $40 billion, is launching a new 45,000-square-foot space fit for Hollywood.
A new location in Los Angeles, opened May 1, will seek to “democratize access to truly professional, high-end media and entertainment facilities for all creators,” said WeWork Southern California GM Kley Sippel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The space includes recording and editing rooms, styling suites, casting rooms, and other high-end services as WeWork looks to tap into “a powerful yet unmet need to service a creative class left outside the big-name studios and instead stuck in their homes or less-than-inspiring places,” Sippel said.
“We’re not only providing the technical spaces and amenities necessary for this creative community, but we’re also providing a space where they can all come together and connect in ways that are too often out of reach in LA,” he added.