The pandemic has changed the way real estate stakeholders including occupiers, developers, and coworking operators perceive commercial office space requirements. There is a greater emphasis on employee wellness and regaining lost productivity levels while simultaneously minimising capex and operational expenses.
One of the reasons for flex spaces navigating through the course of the pandemic is its appeal to a broad demographic. From the reclusive employee who prefers to work in silos to the extrovert who wants to expand their network over the community-based layout, flex spaces have something for everyone.
Our latest research report explores how flex space is driving the office market bounce-back, the types of businesses taking up flex space and what lies ahead for the future of the market.