In previous posts, we have highlighted the office downsizing trend among larger businesses and the move away from co-working spaces for smaller businesses.
While both of these trends point towards a change in the way companies use and interact with their office environment, the key point is that the Office will remain the heart of the business.
Both of these market trends point increasingly towards the office functioning as the organisation’s ‘hub’ where core functions are managed and undertaken, client confidentiality is ensured and staff and customers have a place to congregate and do business.
Companies will require a higher standard of space in terms of connectivity and IT infrastructure, smart access and breakout areas that fulfil the social function of the workplace that most of us took for granted.
At Central Space, we launched our office model to cater to these trends with our Central Building in Newton Aycliffe which achieved full occupancy within a few months of launch.
Our soon to be completed Central Suites have been designed to take the concept further and are being backed with a range of launch incentives which will make an upgrade financially beneficial in this challenging environment.