The Future of the Workplace

March 26, 2019 | By: Jacob Wilder
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The way in which people work, and tenant expectations for space use and demand is changing. This is inspiring real estate professionals to think differently in terms of building design, tenant office build out structure, use of common areas in office buildings, lease structure, and more.

The BOMA Georgia Foundation has released a free white paper examining The Future Workplace that examines the trends in the design, layout, and function of the future workplace. The paper also reviews the realities and impacts of these trends. The paper’s content is supported by extensive research and interviews with real estate industry professionals.

“The topics and trends associated with the future workplace are continually evolving, and it may take several years for the real estate industry to realize the outcome of these trends,”  says Gabriel Eckert, FASAE, CAE, BOMA Georgia Foundation Executive Director. “The BOMA Georgia Foundation is pleased to share this new white paper report and contribute further to the ongoing dialogue surrounding the future of the workplace.”

To download the free white paper, visit the Foundation website here, and scroll toward the bottom of the page.