Landlords continue to navigate the ever-evolving, increasingly challenging real estate landscape, and in 2024 we know tenant retention will remain a critical focus. In this webinar, CRE leaders dive deep into tenant and employee workplace expectations. Together, they explore the cutting-edge strategies and innovative technology helping to create engaging in-office experiences, and discuss the tactics property owners and operators need to succeed and thrive next year, including leveraging HqO’s new Best Spaces to Work program.
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- Creating engaging experiences and understanding tenant needs are crucial for tenant retention in commercial real estate.
- The Best Spaces to Work program provides a way to celebrate and quantify the quality of workplace experiences.
- Technology integration and a seamless experience are important for creating a frictionless environment for tenants.
- The return to office is seen as essential for building corporate culture and creating an energetic experience.
- The future of the office market is optimistic, with a focus on delivering better experiences and understanding the return on investment. Creating buzz and community through amenities can enhance the office experience and attract tenants.
- Technology and digital overlays have the potential to transform the future of office spaces.
- AI-driven nudges and recommendations can improve productivity and optimize work environments.
- Considering the needs and preferences of future generations is crucial for the long-term success of the office market.
- Accessibility and assistive technology play a vital role in making buildings inclusive and accommodating.
- Transitioning from paper to digital processes can improve efficiency and streamline operations.
- DAS functionality is essential for providing reliable cell service and enabling a mobile work environment.
- Embracing innovation and change is key to reimagining and improving the real estate industry.