The coronavirus pandemic has forced a reorganization of the lives of employers and employees. Many companies have decided to work in hybrid mode or have completely switched to remote work. Some have to cut corporate expenses due to lower incomes.
Flex office is a solution adapted to the new reality – a new format for renting offices with flexible areas and for a shorter lease period. According to real estate experts, the trend of flexible office rental was noticeable already before the pandemic, which, however, accelerated its development. It is an excellent answer to the current needs of tenants.
"Small enterprises need privacy, and large enterprises redefine the function of the office, which is currently primarily intended to enable interaction between employees, creative meetings, exchange of thoughts, which is what is most lacking when working remotely," Anna Awłasewicz, Leasing Director of the Blue Office building said.
“Increased demand for flex office results from the benefits of this form of lease. Currently, both small and large companies think about savings when renting an office. They do not want to incur capital expenditure and have long-term obligations,” she added.
Another trend in the office rental market is to ensure greater safety for employees. According to the March report of Colliers International, employers want, for example, to take care of space that will allow distance between employees, frequent air exchange, disinfection, or non-contact door opening systems.
The office space offered by Blue Office combines many features sought by companies. The building has been adapted to the current sanitary safety rules. The office building has extremely efficient ventilation devices, which use fresh air, not recirculated.