“Office landlords are capitalizing on a concept originally conceived by co-working operators like WeWork, according to JLL National Research Director Julia Georgules. ‛The bottom line for employers occupying creative office space is they want to attract talent,’ she says. But for landlords, enhancing common areas is becoming important to sustaining occupancy levels.”

According to National Real Estate Investor, “A 2016 Workplace Innovation Survey, revealed that the most innovative workers are twice as likely to have a choice about where and when they work and are twice as likely to use amenities such as cafeterias, coffee shops, outdoor spaces, gyms, restaurants and childcare facilities, according to Gensler architect Maria Martinico.”

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