The 16th Annual Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report: Commercial Edition – Part 1

December 15, 2021

Taylor Johnson’s 2022 real estate forecasts wouldn’t be complete without our third and final installment: 5 CRE Trends That Will Drive Market Activity in 2022. Through the end of the week, we’ll be sharing client insights on the sectors that have flourished during the pandemic, as well as those poised for a comeback in 2022. Today, we’re starting with Trend #1: The Out-Of-Office Bounceback, which explores how workplace features that were once nice-to-haves are considered must-haves in the eyes of companies looking to facilitate a safe, comfortable and justifiable return to the office in the year ahead.

Stay tuned for additional CRE trends tomorrow and Friday spanning the hospitality, industrial, life sciences and healthcare sectors. And, if you missed them, be sure to check out the full multifamily and residential installments of the 16th annual Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report.

Read The Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report: Commercial Edition here.


Fulton East (left), a new 12-story, 90,000-square-foot office building in Chicago’s Fulton Market District, incorporates numerous health and wellness features, including hospital-grade ventilation, hands-free elevators and anti-microbial surfaces. Over the course of the pandemic, NAI Hiffman has helped existing properties like the Bannockburn Corporate Center (right) achieve certifications like the WELL Health-Safety Rating, designed to instill confidence in those returning to the workplace.


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