2023 Trends in Multifamily Coworking Spaces

According to a report by Multi-Housing News, flexible coworking spaces will be at the very top of multifamily renters’ wish lists in 2023. And it’s no wonder – more renters than ever are working from home.

In September 2022, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that 17.9% of Americans (27.6 million people) are primarily working from home – a staggering increase from 2019, when only 5.7% worked from home.

As remote work and hybrid work models only continue to increase, multifamily property managers have been challenged to act quickly to accommodate residents' work-from-home needs.

In this WithMe webinar, host Jonathan Treble, founder and CEO of WithMe, Inc., brought together a panel of multifamily design and property management experts to discuss lessons learned and best practices for creating amazing coworking spaces in multifamily properties.

Along with lessons learned and best practices, we covered the following:

  • Expert predictions on coworking space utilization in 2023 and beyond
  • What residents really want, need and expect in coworking spaces
  • How to refresh coworking spaces built prior to the pandemic to meet the needs of today’s remote workers
  • How to handle resident demand for coworking space
  • A checklist of items to invest in
About the speaker:
Jonathan Treble
Host, is the CEO and founder of WithMe, Inc.
Jonathan founded WithMe, Inc. (initially named PrintWithMe, Inc.) in 2014 after he noticed a lack of convenient printing options in his everyday life. In 2021, the company rebranded to WithMe, Inc. and launched a coffee service called SipWithMe. Jonathan's professional background is in software product management, and he is a graduate of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His passions outside of work include fitness, reading and traveling.
About the speaker:
Jonathan Evans
Currently serves as senior director of asset management for Greystar Investment Group.
Institutionally trained with an entrepreneurial mindset. Jonathan’s career spans 10 years within real estate finance and asset management at firms such as Greystar, Invesco and Irvine Company. He earned his MBA from Pepperdine University, with concentrations in finance and entrepreneurship. Jonathan is currently leading multifamily asset management for Greystar’s Investment Group for the Western United States. This includes a portfolio of over 60 assets, 17,000+ units, or $6B AUM, ranging from garden to high-rise.
About the speaker:
Tamina Sheikh
Senior regional property manager at Lincoln Property Company
Brings over 20 years of experience in multifamily management and leasing, specializing in creating unique and cutting-edge lifestyles for her residents. She has extensive involvement in lease-ups, high-rise and garden style management and leasing, renovations, repositioning and creative marketing and branding strategies. In her current role, Tamina's portfolio and experience is centered in the downtown Chicago luxury high-rise market, with a primary focus on fast-paced lease-ups and developing market-leading residential experiences through the activation of amenities and services.
About the speaker:
Tyler Yates
Managing director of property management and operations at CEDARst Companies
He boasts a comprehensive background in both third-party management and owner / operator. His product experience ranges from garden style to urban high-rise and from core plus to adaptive reuse projects. He has experience in lease-ups, stabilized assets and value-add renovations. In Tyler’s current position, he oversees a multifamily portfolio of 3,000+ units across 20 properties in Chicago, Cleveland and Minneapolis and assets under construction in Portland, San Diego and Las Vegas. He oversees the company’s leasing, marketing, operations, property accounting, financial reporting and budgeting. The live event will conclude with a Q&A session. Are you ready to level up your coworking space? Register for the webinar today!

Access Recording

Tuesday - February 7, 2023 - 1:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour