The buzz in the commercial real estate industry for the past 18 months has centered around the coworking space occupancy model. Coworking companies are leasing space at a fast pace, and coworking services are providing tenants with alternatives to offer space to employees. While coworking occupancy only represents a small portion of the combined office inventory across leading markets (1 to 2 percent), according to a recent report by Colliers International, flexible workspace accounted for 52.9 percent of inventory growth in Manhattan and 28.3 percent in other major U.S. markets from 2016 through 2Q2018. Still, nearly all coworking activity revolves around urban centers. Outside large urban markets – which notably have a high concentration of technology companies – will coworking be a factor? Click to read more at www.ccim.com.