By: Clint Miller, Executive Managing Director
Globally, occupiers and landlords are responding to game-changing developments in technology, economics, and demographics by pursuing ground-breaking amenities. We might think of the relationship as a game of chess: going back and forth, each decision tied to the next.
Landlords want occupants that bring value to their rent roll. Occupiers recognize the value of their people leveraging real estate to attract and retain talent. Landlords embrace amenities to differentiate their offering and lure the most valuable occupiers. Occupiers are drawn by an appealing work environment as a positive influence for their current and future workforce.
In a new research report, our consulting team takes a closer look at the trends behind this positive tension, and how corporations might respond as the interests of landlords and tenants continue to converge.
Download the report here to read how amenity trends have changed and what Landlords an Occupiers values in amenities. Contact Cushman & Wakefield NorthMarq via email@example.com to discuss your commercial real estate obstacles and how we can help you overcome them.