APAC Flexible Workspace Outlook Report 2019

2019 will be a defining year for the flexible workspace sector across the Asia Pacific, as it emerges from a period of impressive expansion to enter a new phase of maturity and evolution. The growth of flexible workspace across the region may moderate from the heights reached in 2018, but the sector is still poised to make significant strides this year.

With tenant experience becoming the cornerstone of commercial real estate strategy, operators will raise the bar for design and innovative amenities, transforming flexible workspaces into lifestyle destinations in their own right. More building owners will forge alliances with operators or create their own flexible workspace offerings, adding to the sector’s diversity and sophistication. And, ‘Amenitisation’ will become part of the building fabric.

These are just some of the many topics identified in the 2019 APAC Flexible Space report, view the report for more details.

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APAC Flexible Workspace Outlook Report 2019

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