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The co-working market could be in trouble. While co-working operators have expanded rapidly in recent years—fueled by tremendous demand—office leaders now believe the co-working market is now or is on its way to being oversaturated. In an office survey from Real Capital Markets, half of all respondents said the co-working industry was at moderate risk, and 37% said it was a great potential risk and showed early signs of oversaturation. Only 4% of respondents said the co-working niche showed no risk at all.

Kelsi Maree Borland

Kelsi Borland is a freelance writer and editor living whose work has appeared in such publications as Travel + Leisure, Angeleno and Riviera Orange County.

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