Upon surveying 1,000 individuals working in CRE, JLL’s latest report revealed five key takeaways about the future of work.
Warehouse-style coworking enables entrepreneurs to consolidate operations and avoid the costs of maintaining multiple facilities.
According to the data, supply has risen 22% over the last year, now exceeding 371,000 m2, or 3.5% of the total stock in larger Stockholm.
Of all regions, APAC witnessed the most significant growth in square footage of 7%, moving from an average size of 7,238 to 7,755 sq. ft.
CEO of Hub Australia Brad Krauskopf comments on the highest-priority amenities that occupiers want to see based on a decade of experience.
A lack of available flex supply will hamper the ability of companies to offer the opportunity to work from anywhere in the coming years.
Leeds’ city center has seen a 15% increase in demand for flexible space in the last 12 months, with average occupancy reaching 86%.
Current predictions show that only $206 billion will be spent on business travel in 2022 — a decrease of $64 billion.
Companies in New York like Savills are trying to take a cue from the Bay Area in a bid to convince workers to return to the office.