Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
According to Match Office, corporate real estate giants are currently entering the flexible office space sector, including the global coworking market – one of many significant insights of the recently held Coworking Europe 2018 in Amsterdam.
With augmented and virtual reality, reports the New York Times, tenants can now get a feel for the completed building before the first brick is laid.
Propmodo reports on the growing trend in the commercial real estate industry to develop a more customer-centric (or tenant-centric) strategy to help improve returns.
Whatever the reason you’re considering putting a greater focus on employee health and wellness, it’s a step in the right direction. Forbes outlines the steps you can take to prioritize the health of your employees.
CallisonRTKL, the global architecture and design firm, strengthens its growing Dallas workplace studio by strategically adding Brian Fox, Rina Burnett, April Coover, Michael Horton, and Dani Veeder. The team is focused on redefining how to deliver and craft experiences for people in the workplace. Read the full announcement here.