If you opened a door in your office, and found 20,000 square feet of empty, unused space, what would you do with it?
“Use space as a differentiator. This is an increasingly popular trend in real estate. People are taking their spaces and using them for co-working in order to distinguish themselves and their working environments.” says Senior Vice President of Workplace Strategy at JLL, Phil Kirschner. Reliance on technology is increasing due to the Fourth Industrial Revolution taking hold in New York City, meaning that the workforce must be even more technologically-savvy than ever. As the workforce transforms into a younger demographic with a different skillset, they begin to dictate real estate trends.
Young women working at home office or co-working space, courtesy of Thinkstock
These younger “techies” are not used to being tethered to a desk, stuck in an office building from 9 to 5. Rather, … Read More
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