In case you missed them, here are some of our top Commercial Real Estate articles from the iOptimize Realty® blog in June 2020:
Office Space & Amenities Post COVID-19
COVID-19 has caused major disruptions for businesses around the world. With lockdowns beginning to lift, companies are devising ways to help their teams return to work safely. As a result, post-coronavirus offices will look much different than the ones workers left at the start of the outbreak. Here are some of the changes being made in offices across the country:
What Tenants Should Expect From Their Landlords Right Now
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on every industry, and the commercial real estate (CRE) world is no exception. Now, as the country begins to slowly (and safely) re-open for business, many tenants are left wondering what to do with surplus space, how to pay for it, whether to transform it for safety in a post-COVID-19 world, and what to do about space needs in the future.
5 Ways That COVID-19 Will Change Offices
COVID-19 has impacted all facets of life with ramifications that cut across all industries. The commercial real estate market is no exception. During mandatory stay-at-home orders and lockdowns, companies made quick decisions about how to keep their businesses running outside of office settings. As restrictions ease across the country, businesses are carefully reassessing their needs for office space, and this is likely to lead to dramatic changes to the market. Here are some of the potential impacts:
The WHO's New Office Recommendations
While much of our attention in the United States has been on what federal and state governments are doing to deal with COVID-19, this is a global crisis. To that end, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been providing guidance on a global scale. This includes giving detailed guidance on how offices should operate to minimize COVID risk for workers. For a global perspective, here is a summary of the WHO's recommendations for office space.