WeWork constructs first-ever office sukkah at First Station
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WeWork constructs first-ever office sukkah at First Station

The work space company offers look at its typical setup, this time housed in a temporary booth

Jessica Steinberg covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center.

  • The temporary structure constructed by WeWork Jerusalem for the 2018 holiday of Sukkot, at the city's First Station (Courtesy Tzipora Lifchitz)
    The temporary structure constructed by WeWork Jerusalem for the 2018 holiday of Sukkot, at the city's First Station (Courtesy Tzipora Lifchitz)
  • The lounge areas of the WeWork sukkah, constructed in Jerusalem's First Station ahead of the company's October 2, 2018 opening of its Jerusalem location (Courtesy Tzipora Lifchitz)
    The lounge areas of the WeWork sukkah, constructed in Jerusalem's First Station ahead of the company's October 2, 2018 opening of its Jerusalem location (Courtesy Tzipora Lifchitz)

Work space company WeWork is marking the October 2 opening of its first Jerusalem location with the construction of its first sukkah, located in the city’s First Station.

This alternative booth is open to the public between September 20-28, and offers some augmented services, including WiFi, a barista, and bartender, as befits a WeWork space.

The WeWork Sukkah aims to provide an office away from the office, with desks, a lounge area, and two conference rooms, offering visitors the opportunity to experience the comforts of a WeWork office space. The sukkah, built from all recycled and repurposed materials, will also be staffed with a DJ in the evenings.

WeWork’s new Jerusalem location, on King George Street in the former HaMashbir building, will be the ninth WeWork location in Israel, following five in Tel Aviv, one in Herzliya, one in Beersheba, and one in Haifa.

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