The pandemic’s disruption on the city’s office market has some of its largest landlords switching gears and offering tenants more choices with their own bespoke flexible office offshoots.
While companies like WeWork and Knotel led the alternative office market as operators and managers, the city’s larger property owners are jumping on the trend to capitalize on their own empty real estate.
That includes offering smaller, pre-built suites and shorter lease terms than usual to accommodate an uncertain office environment and the evolving needs of businesses and tenants.
“They don’t want to spend the time to build out the suite themselves,” he explained, “they’re not large enough to take
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