How to open up our offices on tonight’s TRD Talk

Office space experts from CBRE, NKF and Savills will explain what the crisis means for the sector

TRD NATIONAL /
May.May 18, 2020 11:20 AM
Director of Research & Analytics for CBRE Tri-State Nicole LaRusso, Vice Chairman & Director at Savills David Goldstein, and President of Newmark Knight Frank's Tri-State region David Falk

Director of Research & Analytics for CBRE Tri-State Nicole LaRusso, Vice Chairman & Director at Savills David Goldstein, and President of Newmark Knight Frank’s Tri-State region David Falk

At 2 p.m. Pacific/ 5 p.m. Eastern today, TRD Managing Web Editor James Kleimann will be joined by Director of Research & Analytics for CBRE Tri-State Nicole LaRusso, Vice Chairman & Director at Savills David Goldstein, and President of Newmark Knight Frank’s Tri-State region David Falk to discuss the future of office space.

As mandatory stay-at-home orders begin to roll back, many office workers are wondering what kind of spaces they’ll be returning to. A recent TRD Insights article showed that a majority of spaces won’t be the same, with many companies saying they will reconfigure space, reopen in phases, and establish new policies for space usage. With companies as large as Twitter making working from home an option permanently it is clear that there will be new norms in every office.

Office owners and brokers, too, wonder what this will mean for their business. An increase in staffers working from home could lead to a spike in office subletting. And debate continues over whether social distancing will mean companies need more square footage so workers can spread out or less as fewer people come in.

Tonight, we’re bringing together three experts to weigh in on the future of the office market. Register here and tune in this afternoon.


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