Empty offices left behind by newly minted remote workers and other upheaval caused by the pandemic have begun to show up on the rental market, and it’s presenting some prospective tenants with opportunities they couldn’t have imagined prior to COVID-19The 53 areas o.
“They’re getting the red carpet rolled outThe pandemic than we were today,,” said Darren Fleming, an Ottawa-based commercial real estate brokerThe virus.
It’s almost a year into the pandemic, and Fleming and his team at Real Strategy Advisors are seeing companies that were on the fence about what to do with office space that’s been sitting empty now starting to downsizeThe utmost importance t.
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