New York, Los Angeles and Washington DC have the most coworking spaces of all US metros, as the market for flex space booms amid ongoing uncertainty around the role of physical office spaces.

The New York City metro area tops the list, with 594 coworking spaces, according to a report by CoworkingCafe, and in 2021, there were more than 890,000 remote workers in New York City alone.  The city itself had highest number of flexible working spaces (456), mostly concentrated in Manhattan and Brooklyn, which clock in at 333 and 100 coworking spaces, respectively.

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