- WeWork CEO Adam Neumann stepped down Tuesday after the company delayed its highly anticipated IPO.
- Neumann created a global WeWork empire during his reign, expanding to more than 110 cities in 29 countries. New York City has the most spaces with 60 locations, followed by Shanghai and London.
- Here are the 15 cities with the most WeWork offices, and how much it costs to rent space there.
- Read more WeWork news here.
WeWork's cofounder Adam Neumann may be out as CEO, but he leaves behind a massive global empire of coworking spaces.
During his reign, Neumann expanded WeWork from its New York City headquarters to more than 110 cities across 29 countries. The company currently offers 604,000 workstations globally.
New York City has the most coworking spaces with 60 locations, but Shanghai and London each have over 35 spaces, according to UK-based gaming-supplies company Liberty Games. The company analyzed the number of WeWork offices around the world in a report on the best cities for coworking spaces. Per that research, renting an office can cost under $300 in Mexico City for a hotdesk (shared table space).
Neumann stepped down as CEO Tuesday after delaying its highly anticipated IPO due to concerns over the company's murky growth strategy and reports of being over-valuated. The CEO himself came under fire for leasing a handful of buildings that he owns back to WeWork, a potential conflict of interest.
Still, here are where the ousted CEO opened real estate across the world — and how much it costs to rent space in US dollars: