How Can Buildings Incentivize Companies to Return to the Office?

Office buildings in cities like Dallas, Washington DC, and Miami are starting to repopulate as tenants return to their facilities, but this isn’t necessarily the case across much of the country. The question for many building owners and manager is how they can incentivize more tenants to come back into the office through upgrades. The challenge is to create an in-office experience that is definitively better than working from home.

We asked our resident commercial real estate contributor, Adam Mills, for his thoughts.

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