Impact of Health Crisis Reimagines the Workplace, Placing More Interest on Low-Density Suburban Areas
The pandemic has led to an array of temporary measures for the office sector, including one-way hallways and plexiglass barriers, though the health crisis will leave a lasting impact on how companies use the workplace. Suburban nodes and secondary markets are attractive solutions to retain top talent while offering workers a greater sense of comfort with more open spaces and lower density than found in the urban core. The health crisis is shifting tenants and investors focus on properties designed for a post-pandemic world, placing more weight on design and available space.
Key Features Include:
- How the health crisis will impact suburban and urban office markets
- Breakdown of second-quarter property performance
- Analysis of current investment sales and capital lending trends