WeWork -- the space, community, and services provider focused on helping people create their life’s work -- is marking the holiday of Sukkot and the opening of its first Jerusalem location with the construction of its first ever Sukkah, to be located in Jerusalem’s historic First Train Station. The Sukkah will be open to the public between September 20th-28th.
Leading up to opening the first WeWork location in Jerusalem on October 2nd, WeWork’s Sukkah will provide an “office away from the office”, including indoor and outdoor hot desks with free WiFi access, a lounge area and 2 conference rooms to host team meetings, allowing visitors to get a feel for a WeWork office. The Sukkah will be staffed with WeWork employees, and will include a barista, a bartender and a DJ in the evenings to get the Sukkah “hopping.”
20.9 Thursday - 18:00-22:00
21.9 Friday 10:00-14:00
23.9 Sunday 10:00-14:00
Tuesday-Thursday 25-27.9 10:00-22:00
28.9 Friday 10:00-14:00