Rates have decreased by 7% year-over-year in Houston, according to global workspace innovation firm The Instant Group.
Recent data shows UK flexible workspace occupancy rates reached an average of 83% in Q3, the highest level since before the pandemic began.
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.
While demand in Chicago is forecast to be down 14% between 2021-22, the second half of 2022 has outpaced the second half of 2021.
The Instant Group’s latest data has determined that supply of flexible office spaces in NYC is up 7% year-over-year, showing further development.
In our latest report, hot desk pricing in France’s more populous markets is shown to be generally more expensive than lesser tier cities.
Upon surveying 1,000 individuals working in CRE, JLL’s latest report revealed five key takeaways about the future of work.
Leeds’ city center has seen a 15% increase in demand for flexible space in the last 12 months, with average occupancy reaching 86%.
New research by The Instant Group shows that supply of flexible workspace in Hong Kong has increased by 6% year-on-year (2021 vs. 2020).