Landlords Enter the Flexible Office Marketplace

By on May 12, 2017

An increasing number of office landlords are offering flexible options to tenants who desire temporary space or a lease commitment of less than three years. A new report from LiquidSpace, an online transactional platform for linking office tenants with flexible opportunities, noted that more than 30 percent of public listings on LiquidSpace come from businesses sharing excess space, but building owners have jumped into the mix and now account for 7 percent of listings—double the amount a year ago.

“The opportunity to provide flexible space has gotten large enough [that] it’s now on landlords’ radar screen,” says Mark …

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