WeWork / 110 Wall Street

Case Study

The Challenge

Co-working startup WeWork began testing its first residential offering in New York City. As a result of this transition, approximately 80 WeWork members and employees needed to move into 45 apartment units in WeWork’s first “co-living” space at 110 Wall Street. However, the building didn’t have a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO), so the new tenants weren’t able to move into the apartments until the TCO was issued.

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The Solution

In order to effectively manage expectations and meet the impending deadlines, iDEKOgov was able to leverage years of experience to navigate the various departments and expedite the necessary inspections to receive the appropriate DOB approvals within the deadlines outlined.

  • Planning

    Planned, scheduled and prepared for meetings and examination reviews from DOB

  • Execution

    Arranged and passed inspections from DOB as well as received the necessary TCO approvals.

  • Coordination

    Liaised regularly with the client regarding ongoing updates, considerations and escalations

  • Launch

    Deadlines were met and the tenants were able to move in to their apartments and not be affected negatively.

The Numbers

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Floors
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Co-Living Apartments
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Residental Space
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Co-working Space

The Outcome

WeWork and the relevant construction personnel were able to meet deadlines, and continue to stay ahead of their timeline based on the pro-active and responsive city involvement, ensuring the project’s timely and successful completion.

Photo Credits: ARE×A, WeWork, WeLive

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