Work-life balance is now about work-life integration.
Startups are currently looking for spaces and buildings where their workers can live and work. Co-living, or group living, with a small personal space and large communal spaces for living and working.
It’s not a 9 to 5 workday, it’s 24 hour accessibility for hours that work best for work, rest or play.
Both shared and independent office space are in high demand. Freelance workers, independent contractors, and the self-employed are estimated to be 33% of the work force and may grow to 50% by the end of this decade, certainly an opportunity for landlords to be creative.
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