Industry News: Has The Death Of The Office Market Been Exaggerated?

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

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  • The demise of the office was predicted in the early days of pandemic lockdowns. But the prospect of downtown business districts turning into modern ghost towns is now looking much less likely, reports Axios.
  • Architect Magazine shares their take on what the post-COVID workplace will look like.
  • Globe St. says you may need more space than expected in the post-pandemic hybrid office.
  • MIT Sloan Management Review reports why many organizations believe it’s time to reinvent the working environment with a middle ground between packed offices and the isolation of working at home: the hub-and-spoke office model.
  • Congratulations to our friends and Next Work Environment Competition partners at Kimball for achieving their goal to raise $20,000 to plant 20,000 trees in fire-stricken forests across the United States!
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