The big themes coming out of discussions with clients and business leaders all revolve around the desire to create space that is magnetic and gets people excited to come back to the office.
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In the eighth volume of Real Spaces Magazine, Real Strategy explores insights coming out of the first quarter of 2022 with respect to Ottawa and Gatineau’s office market.
National unemployment numbers out today are just a hint at what is becoming a red-hot job market.
The longer we wait for a full-scale return to the office, the harder it will be to entice staff to return at all.
What will the future of office work look like for federal employees in Ottawa/Gâtineau and what might the influence be on the commercial real estate sector?
With many office towers and traditional mainstreets still quiet, tenants and landlords alike face an uncertain outlook.
John Zinati is one of a growing number of local real estate executives who’ve left comfortable, secure jobs at established big-name companies to start their own brokerages and advisory firms.
A growing number of companies are roadmapping their return-to-the-office strategies and are thinking about their leasing needs.
Many believe the hybrid office – one that combines a physical office space with remote working practices – will be the new norm.