Knotel Acquires Real Estate Search Engine 42Floors

Knotel, a NYC-based flexible office provider, acquired 42Floors, a San Francisco based search engine for commercial real estate.

The deal – of undisclosed amount – will give Knotel access to data and technology on over 10 billion square feet of office space, driving further liquidity to its marketplace while also accelerating its plans for a blockchain platform.

Led by Amol Sarva, Co-Founder and CEO, Knotel acquired German workspace operator Ahoy!Berlin in June. Since its founding in 2016, the company has grown to manage more than one million square feet of office serving high-growth and enterprise companies across New York, San Francisco, London, and now Berlin.
Member network includes companies like Starbucks, Cheddar, and King.

Founded in November 2011 by Jason Freedman, CEO, 42Floors gives users a free, comprehensive database of available office spaces, complete with photography and data about the listings.



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