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CQ Future: The office

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing companies to adopt work-from-home policies, some are considering reducing the size of their offices, or forgoing the office completely, to mitigate expenses.
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing companies to adopt work-from-home policies, some are considering reducing the size of their offices, or forgoing the office completely, to mitigate expenses. (Gary Hershorn/Getty Images)

When the pandemic finally ends it is hard to imagine what going to the office will mean. Employers will be hard-pressed to eliminate the flexibility that their workers have grown accustomed to. Is this the end of commercial real estate?

CQ Roll Call’s Shawn Zeller speaks to John Mack, senior partner of the New York office design firm HLW, and David Smith, global head of occupier research in the Atlanta office of commercial real estate company Cushman & Wakefield, on what the future may hold.

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