We haven’t yet beaten coronavirus, but we’re learning to live alongside it. As
restaurants and other spaces outside the home reopen at greater capacity, so too
are offices, at least on a limited-capacity and voluntary basis for employees.
Office owners are ready and eager to welcome them back. Equipped with powerful
new office cleaning supplies, owners are ensuring their spaces are safe for
tenants to return. And it isn’t just office owners and corporate executives who
want workers to go back toAs the country works from home, the owners of empty offices continue to take
losses. Vacancies are still rising, and the once-certain monthly rent payments
these owners relied on have become question marks. A return to the Old Normal is
a pipe dream.
Long-term demand for the office asset class, however, is poised for a comeback.
The New Normal will look different, but it will give innovative office owners
the chance to monetize their assets in ways they never could before.
Here is a typical FlexDesk matches landlords and office tenants who have vacant, furnished workspace with renters who want to use them without a long-term commitment.This is a data schema stub for Gatsby.js and is not used. It must exist for builds to function