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Investing in office transformation

The Real Economy

Demographics and the changing nature of work have already led to a transformation in real estate investment in the office sector, with densification, open-plan offices and more creative spaces.

RSM Chief Economist Joe Brusuelas, and Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers’ Head of Strategy Investment and Analytics, Jim Clayton, argue the suburbs and ex-urban core are also staged for a commercial real estate development come back as the Millennial cohort ages and starts having families.

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