Office Market Update

The Impact of COVID-19

As working from home is now nearly ubiquitous, tenants and landlords are assessing changes in the office workplace in the new “abnormal normal.” Although we are still in early days, some speculate:

  • Urban office environments will become less dense to allow for social distancing and increased cleaning;
  • Suburban office may come back; more space and shorter commute times means more employee flexibility;
  • Intensive renovations of existing office space, increasing airflow, antimicrobial surfaces, and redesigning corridors.

Please download our article to read more about the major trends emerging in the U.S. office market. 

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Contacts

Jeffrey Andrews, MAI, MRICS Director, Co-Head of REVS
Michael P. Hedden, MAI, CRE, FRICS Director
Thomas Puricelli Managing Director, Co-Head of REVS

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