Despite its impact on office culture in recent years, there is now a huge shift away from open-concept, collaborative, and creative workspaces. Business owners need office spaces with structured zones to allow more room per square foot for each employee to work safely. Also, CRE companies need to redesign their spaces, and (re)develop new tenant engagement strategies. They may have to consider designing multiuse and flexible real estate spaces. Or, even look at new leasing models.
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Second, building owners are taking this time to focus on “going green.” Such as, updating their facilities with automated sensors to reduce costs. Inteliglas is an emerging leader in this field. They create “smart buildings” with artificial intelligence which also allows for more hands-free adaptations.
Further, developers are gravitating towards an emerging trend of offering hands-free Wi-Fi access with firewall security for their tenants, included with their rent. A free Telecom Availability Report helps developers discover the most cost-effective way to bring in the necessary infrastructure. Also, a consultation with a Telecom Concierge can show ownership of how they can quickly recoup their initial cost to turn a profit.