Co-working space work well win will set up shop in a 30,000-square-foot space on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, the company announced today. 

Located at 1201 3rd Street, work well win will occupy a building that was most recently home to a Barnes and Noble.  The co-working space will span the upper two floors of the three-story building, which is owned by Lushing Realty Advisors.

DFH Architects is designing project, which will make use of an existing Streamline Moderne building.

An opening date is expected in Fall 2018.

Work well win has announced plans to open 90 locations over the next five years.  In addition to Santa Monica, the company also intends to launch Venice Beach, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Austin, Chicago, and Washington D.C. facilities in 2018.

Rendering of work well win's Santa Monica location. Image via DFH Architects.

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