This month WeWork is unveiling two buildings in Munich, making it the first time that the company has launched in a new city with more than one location. WeWork Oskar Von Miller and WeWork 5 Neuturmstrasse join 11 existing locations across Germany, including seven in Berlin, two in Frankfurt, and two in Hamburg.
The Munich locations are among the 22 new WeWork buildings to open in August, including the first in Haifa, Israel, and Monterrey, Mexico. Counting expansions to 10 existing locations, that’s a total of 33 openings around the world this month.
More than half of these buildings will open in cities outside of the United States, emphasizing WeWork’s focus on global expansion.
In July WeWork announced a $500 million Series B investment to power growth in WeWork China. WeWork will expand its presence in China this month with two new buildings in Shanghai and expansions in Shanghai and Hong Kong. There’s one new opening in Japan—the strikingly modern WeWork Iceberg—and one in Singapore.
WeWork will also continue its growth in Latin America. In addition to Monterrey’s WeWork Blvd. Antonio L. Rodriguez 1888, located in the business capital of northeastern Mexico, there are two new locations in Sao Paulo and one in Bogota. An existing location in Sao Paulo will also expand in August.
A total of 12 locations will open in the U.S., eight of them completely new. Among these is L.A.’s WeWork Culver City, situated in the center of the film industry across the street from Sony Studios. Culver City will be WeWork’s 15th location in Los Angeles and its 30th location in California, including 13 in San Francisco and two in San Diego. Other new buildings opening in the U.S. include Denver, New York, and Boston.