In a new analysis by The Instant Group, demand for flex office space in Brisbane was up by 8% in 2022 when compared to 2019.
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Instant’s latest data shows flexible workspace demand in Atlanta has declined by 25% year-over-year, though it is still up 7% from pre-pandemic 2019.
Rates have decreased by 7% year-over-year in Houston, according to global workspace innovation firm The Instant Group.
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According to new data by The Instant Group, interest in flexible workspace is returning to key business hubs like Melbourne and Sydney.
The alliance creates the world’s largest and most robust data platform for the flexible workspace industry.
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