Business > Home Page

Adam Neumann-backed hostel company Selina expands to NYC

One year ago   |   By The Real Deal New York

Selina, a hostel and co-working company that counts WeWork's founder Adam Neumann among its investors, is opening its first New York City location. The company announced Wednesday that it signed a 20-year lease for the entire 63,000-square-foot building 138 Bowery. The property will include 90 hotel rooms 2,000 square feet of co-working space, a rooftop bar and more than 2,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. “This is really a flagship location for us,”...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Home Page      Adam Neumann  


Dunkin' Donuts to permanently close 450 convenience store locations

Dunkin' Donuts to permanently close 450 convenience store locations

SAN FRANCISCO - Dunkin' Donuts will permanently close 450 locations by the end of this year, USA Today reports. All stores that will close are located in Speedway gas station... Read more ...

California, other states sue US department over virus relief funds for schools

California, other states sue US department over virus relief funds for schools

The U.S. Department of Education is attempting to take pandemic relief funds away from K-12 public schools and divert the money to private schools, California and four other... Read more ...

'People are pulling in to unite': Metro-area consumers take part in...

'People are pulling in to unite': Metro-area consumers take part in BlackoutDay, use economic power to fight racism

The movement's goal is for protesters to use their economic power and not purchase anything for the entire day. Those who must buy something are asked to strictly patronize a... Read more ...

Military police respond to reported active shooter and gunshots at...

Military police respond to reported active shooter and gunshots at California Marine Corps base

There are reports of an active shooter at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Training Center - Twentynine Palms, the Marine Corps tweeted Tuesday. Military police responded to... Read more ...

House defense spending plan would fund removing Confederate names from bases

House defense spending plan would fund removing Confederate names from bases

Defense spending legislation unveiled on Tuesday by the House Appropriations Committee would set aside money for the Army to remove the names of Confederate leaders from... Read more ...

15 of the most surprising companies that the Small Business Administration...

15 of the most surprising companies that the Small Business Administration listed as paycheck protection loan recipients

The US Small Business Administration released 4.8 million loan records detailing who received money from the $530 billion Paycheck Protection Program on Monday. The program... Read more ...

Novavax skyrockets after US government grants $1.6 billion for coronavirus...

Novavax skyrockets after US government grants $1.6 billion for coronavirus vaccine creation

Novavax shares spiked as much as 38% early Tuesday after receiving $1.6 billion in coronavirus vaccine funding from the US government. The award is the largest yet from... Read more ...

If you're reading this, Beijing says its new Hong Kong security law applies...

If you're reading this, Beijing says its new Hong Kong security law applies to you

The full text of Hong Kong's controversial new national security law came out late at night on June 30, the day it was enacted. Lawyers and legal scholars were quick to dissect... Read more ...

Georgia's governor is deploying as many as 1,000 National Guard troops after...

Georgia's governor is deploying as many as 1,000 National Guard troops after deadly shootings in Atlanta over a violent Fourth of July weekend

The governor of Georgia has declared a state of emergency and authorized the deployment of up to 1,000 National Guard members to Atlanta in an executive order Monday. The move... Read more ...

Uber Gobbles Up Postmates In $2.65 Billion Bet On Food Delivery

Uber Gobbles Up Postmates In $2.65 Billion Bet On Food Delivery

The deal is a sign of how the coronavirus pandemic has turned Uber's business model upside down, with customers shunning ride-hailing and flocking to delivery services. (Image... Read more ...