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The We Company Debuts New Subscription-Free Coworking And Retail Space 
The company formerly known as WeWork has added yet another venture to its spread of offerings. On Tuesday, The We Company announced on its blog the debut of Made by We, a hybrid of coworking and retail, at 902 Broadway in Manhattan's Flatiron District. For the first time in a space managed by The We Company, the nearly 100 desks in the space can be reserved on demand, without a membership. 


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