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WeWork launches office at Martin Selig Seattle building

Coworking giant WeWork Cos. Inc. opened a roughly 76,500-square-foot office location in a mixed-use project owned by Martin Selig Real Estate Inc. in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported.

The newly opened office, which holds 1,500 desks, is in a building at 1448 NW Market St., according to the report.

WeWork is looking to open office spaces in Seattle's Capitol Hill and University District neighborhoods in January 2020, the report added.

WeWork's shared-living concept and Martin Selig ended the planned 176,500-square-foot WeWork-WeLive Belltown Seattle project at Third and Lenora in October after WeWork parent The We Co. postponed its IPO.