Make your workplace a destination with amenities and services

Suzanne Mehta

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As we no longer need to "go to work" to be working, today’s office buildings need to serve as unique destinations that motivate and inspire people to go into the office; to connect with like-minded people, learn new things, feel connected with the brand and culture of their company and increasingly have access to amenities and services that support their life and well-being at work.

Traditional amenities, like coffee shops and gyms, are of course expected, but simply not enough. To stand out, landlords are increasingly moving towards unique services and experiential offerings.

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