If you are looking for a new office space, adapting an existing space to your current and future needs will entail significant costs. Although these expenses may be intimidating, as a tenant you do have options at your disposal to help you alleviate some of the costs of leasehold improvements in commercial real estate spaces.
Office spaces are in constant evolution. What was once considered a good office space – plenty of cubicles, a few meeting rooms, and a break room – is now widely considered to be outdated and inefficient. The modern office space is about much more than just four walls and a roof; it’s an extension of your brand.
Office furnishing is probably not the first thing on your mind when you move into a new open space, but it’s something that can have a huge impact on your team’s productivity. A well-decorated office with lots of natural light can help create an energetic yet calm environment.
Creating an effective office space can be a challenge, especially when you’re working with limited floor space. t’s important to strike a balance between providing enough room for your team to work comfortably and ensuring that office spaces and work zones are properly delineated.
Learn why interior design is important for offices all over the world, not just for your employees, but for your customers and your growing brand.
When you’re starting your office design, office construction, or office furnishing project, one of the first questions that come up is, “How much will this cost?” And even though it’s a simple question, it can be tough to answer.
As hybrid work models continue to grow in popularity, office pods have become an essential office piece in today’s modern workplace. Read on to find out how an office pod can bring benefits to your business.
Now that your company has embraced the hybrid work concept, what’s next? Learn a few tips on how to get started and where your teams can begin.
Learn about what our team recommends for sustainable office designs in the workplace.
If we’ve learned anything from post-pandemic, the need to support health and well being for the workplace is more essential than ever. Learn how some companies are making these changes in the workplace today.
Make no mistake – the office is here to stay. It will continue to be a big part of how work gets done but it will be different – in the way it is being used and physical configuration.
Achieving the level of personalization, and operational efficiency required to compete in an increasingly digital environment is the top priority of almost every business leader these days. Many recognize AI (Artificial Intelligence) as a key enabler for these pursuits.
Companies can use lease renewal time to evaluate their current position as tenants, explore the commercial real estate market, and use that information to negotiate a better lease arrangement.
Many companies have pivoted their return to work strategies to incorporate wellness programs for staff who are returning to the office full time and for those working in a hybrid work model. Achieving the right balance for each company will be a key factor and will differ for all industries globally.
Achieving a balance of health, safety and productivity are what company leaders are faced with in today’s working norm. All of this can be acquired with a good office design strategy tailored to meet the individual business needs of today’s workplace.
Leaders are pivoting to new and efficient business methods that will elevate the performance of staff. Faster is better for the post-pandemic workforce era.