A guest blog contributed by Knight Frank's flexible office solutions team. Discover how occupier expectations are evolving the world of…
The demand for flexible workspace is increasing and both operators and landlords are scrambling to deliver on expectations.
Transactional, asset-focused business models are under pressure as landlords are looking for ways to add more value to tenants and occupiers.
Flex-space is the new demand default for office occupiers. CRE portfolios need to be up to speed in order to meet build-out and move-in requirements.
Demand is high and occupiers are calling the shots. Retaining tenants and aligning to their varying needs can be a moving target.
Meeting the high service and hospitality standards demanded by today’s occupiers is hindered by legacy processes.
Outdated practices and limited tech capabilities make it near-impossible to avoid the void and flex up portfolio assets.