The newspaper has turned an area formerly occupied by more than 100 workers into a public community space for companies and events.

Is this the future of work? The Boston Globe has downsized in terms of its workforce in recent years, but is still located in the same building. Instead of leaving the area formerly occupied by more than one hundred workers, it has come up with some creative ways to use the empty space. The NY Times reports:

The Globe has turned its empty offices into a public community space, bringing in start-up technology companies, bands visiting to perform for the company's Internet station RadioBDC and special events like the programming code marathon it held for technology enthusiasts.

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