Rising co-working locations underpin growth in start-ups, millennial population

Grade A office buildings

Contrary to high vacancy rates for Grade A office buildings resulting from space oversupply across major cities of Nigeria, development and demand for co-working locations are on the rise, underpinning growth in the start-up community and millennial population in the country. Co-working spaces, commonly called collaborative work-spaces, are today in high demand driven largely by…

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