Reimagine the next normal of real estate
COVID-19 has presented an opportunity for organizations to reflect on their ability to be agile, adaptable and resilient. It is time to reimagine real estate and the future of work. Is your business prepared to thrive in a post-pandemic world?
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Beyond re-entry: An occupier journey to reimagine the next normalCOVID-19 has forever changed how we work, where we work and the relationship between employers and employees. As the world restarts and reopens, companies cannot simply go back to the way they were. Now is the time to reimagine your organization’s strategy through a new lens, where the importance of real estate is top of mind.
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Reimagine: An investor journey to a portfolio fit for the futureThis is the start of a new journey for investors that will be shaped by a confluence of innovative ideas from across the real estate landscape, including corporates, developers, lenders, and advisors. In order to reimagine the future of real estate, continual adaptation and a response to new and changing information will be critical.
Three key pillars to reimagine
In a post-pandemic world, successful organizations will redefine how their space can support the health and well-being of the people that use it.
Employee mobility programs, inclusive design and collaboration technology will be critical in preparing for the next generation workplace.
The pandemic forced a global work from home experiment that left employees craving connection.
With an emphasis on health and safety, organizations that foster a sense of community and create engaging experiences on and offline will increase morale, productivity and long-term business resiliency.
The physical office will maintain relevancy after the pandemic, presenting an opportunity for organizations to future proof their portfolios.
Dynamic, fluid and agile real estate strategies are more important than ever to support business flexibility, productivity, talent attraction and employee retention.
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