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  • Commercial Real Estate at a Crossroads: Office Occupancy and Demand Insights from BOMA's Second COVID-19 Impact Study

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/21/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    ​As businesses reconsider their physical footprints in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, space reductions and reimaginings are on the horizon, even as the value of the in-person office remains strong for tenants. In short, commercial real estate and the future of the office as we know it are at a major crossroads. This is just one key takeaway from the Q2 2021 BOMA International COVID-19 Commercial Real Estate Impact Study published by BOMA International, underwritten by Yardi and developed by Brightline Strategies. This first of three 30-minute information sessions explores the findings of this study related to office occupancy and demand. With almost two-thirds of the tenants surveyed saying they believe COVID-19 was a “tremendous inflection point” for their workplaces that will transform the way they do business for some time to come, what impact will the pandemic have on the future of the commercial real estate industry?

  • Commercial Real Estate at the Crossroads: Tenant Expectation and Investment Insights from BOMA's Second COVID-19 Impact Study

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/25/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    While there has been no shortage of speculation shared on what the future might hold for the post-pandemic workplace, new research shows two undeniable truths: The workplace has been forever changed by COVID-19, and the way forward for the commercial real estate industry and its tenants hinges upon a swift response to this paradigm shift. What do tenants value the most when it comes to feeling confident in a return to the office? Answers can be found in the Q2 2021 BOMA International COVID-19 Commercial Real Estate Impact Study published by BOMA International, underwritten by Yardi and developed by Brightline Strategies. This second of three 30-minute information sessions explores the findings of this study related to tenant expectations and the prioritization of amenity investments. Overall, the study finds that, while the workplace and the commercial office sector both are at a crossroads, employers and property owners and managers have an opportunity to meet the moment with investments in space enhancements, strong communication and the right balance of remote and in-person work.

  • Commercial Real Estate at a Crossroads: Workplace Trend Insights from BOMA's Second COVID-19 Impact Study

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/30/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    As public health guidance eases and vaccination rates increase, what does the return to the office look like for tenants? It depends, according to the Q2 2021 BOMA International COVID-19 Commercial Real Estate Impact Study published by BOMA International, underwritten by Yardi and developed by Brightline Strategies. This final of three 30-minute information sessions explores the findings of this study related to the future of the workplace and return-to-office trends. There is a major workplace transformation underway as tenants report they are continuing to invest in significant infrastructure and technology to facilitate remote work, indicating that the workplace likely will be agile and flexible. However, difficulties maintaining corporate culture and connectivity continue to vex tenants, again underlining the important role played by in-person workplaces even as shifts to a more hybrid work approach accelerate.