While core office markets have performed well over the last few years, ownership risks remain. One of the most obvious but perhaps the least emphasized is the changing workplace requirements of the occupier. Many owners have not yet fully grasped the underlying drivers of workplace change and where the trends are taking corporations in their assessment of how employees should work.
In Cushman & Wakefield’s latest Investor Insight report, CIS explores the changing workplace requirements of the occupier and what they mean for owners and investors. By highlighting the drivers of workplace change and the infrastructure risks that exist on the supply-side, CIS outlines five key strategies for owners to consider as they assess the ability of their properties to properly support the new work environment.