Coworking Space is Not Dead; In Fact, it is Thriving for Workbar


BOSTON–Despite current pandemic and upheaval in office space across the country, “Coworking Space” is not dead. For Boston-based Workbar, in fact, coworking space is thriving.

Workbar, which has 16 locations in Greater Boston, offers professionals and entrepreneurs quality workspaces in both urban and suburban regions.

In an exclusive video interview with Boston Real Estate Times, Workbar CEO Sarah Travers talks about how has her firm succeeded while many have failed.

To watch the full interview, please click here, or on the image below.

She is one of the few 20+ year veterans of the flexible space industry. She started her career in the industry right out of college when she joined IWG (then it was simply Regus) back in 2002.

Her entrepreneurial drive led her to leave IWG in 2017 to join Workframe (since acquired by Newmark), as the technology startup’s first hire outside of New York. From there, sheI joined Workbar as the General Manager, subsequently taking over as CEO in May 2018.

She successfully raised capital in Q4 2020 on the premise that the Workbar model is perfectly positioned for the post pandemic world as asset owners seek out an operator that can bridge the gap between modern tenants and traditional building offerings.

Ms. Travers holds an M.B.A. from Northeastern University and a B.A. from Trinity College.

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