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Zach Aarons

WeWork helped prove the value in flexible offices. Now, after the company’s woes and the SoftBank bailout, Zach Aarons has no doubt other firms will step in to fill any void in the market.

“Another flex office provider could come in and take the leases on the cheap or the landlords will take back the keys and try and do it themselves,” Aarons, a partner at PropTech Venture Capital fund MetaProp, tells GlobeSt.com. “I think everybody in CRE is looking at what opportunities are there.”

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