WeWork, the co-working space chain found in over a dozen countries, has picked up some prime real estate over the past couple of years. Along with this, they've changed the game for freelancers and startups needing office space. From New York City to London, expect some jaw-dropping views and amenities at these 10 design-minded WeWork locations of note (in no particular order):
1. WeWork Congress — Austin, Texas
WeWork Congress, which is in the heart of downtown Austin, offers interior design inspired by Wes Anderson films.
2. WeWork Metropool — Amsterdam, Netherlands
WeWork Metropool has panoramic views of the Amsterdam canals.
3. WeWork Kinzie — Chicago, Illinois
WeWork Kinzie boasts amazing views, and is even located right next door to the House of Blues.
4. WeWork Ciyunsi — Beijing, China
WeWork Ciyunsi offers this awesome lounge space as well as an arcade.
5. WeWork La Fayette — Paris, France
WeWork La Fayette is an Art Deco building with a central atrium and several outdoor terraces.
6. WeWork Sony Center — Berlin, Germany
WeWork Sony Center has sweeping views of the Tiergarten: A huge park that is home to the Berlin Zoo, and more.
7. WeWork Tower Bridge — London, England
WeWork Tower Bridge is located in St. Katharine Docks, with panoramic views of the city, the Thames, and the marina.
8. WeWork Montes Urales — Mexico City, Mexico
WeWork Montes Urales is located across the street from Google and even has a screening room.
9. WeWork Pyrmont — Sydney, Australia
WeWork Pyrmont was once a wool storage facility, and this industrial past shines in the best way through original timber beams and more.
10. WeWork Place Ville Marie — Montreal, Canada
WeWork Place Ville Marie offers views of Champlain Bridge and is connected to Montreal's Underground City, which is an underground web of train stations, restaurants, office buildings, and more, designed for the icy winters.
Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.