The Taylor Johnson Multifamily Report, Part 2: Developers Meet Tenant Demand For Flexible WFH Spaces And Customized Service

December 13, 2021


Today we’re continuing our focus on apartment living and sharing more of the Taylor Johnson 2022 Multifamily Real Estate Trends Report, focusing on two trends – working from home and next-gen property management. While offices are finally reopening at a steady pace, remote work is here to stay. With this hybrid model in place, developers will continue planning multifamily buildings to accommodate work-from-home schedules, as we showcase in Trend #2: Making Room for Work From Home. From flexible in-unit loft spaces to amenity areas that offer a mix of conference tables, booths, “Zoom Rooms” and breakout offices, designers will continue to deliver creative solutions for the remote work lifestyle. And to accompany that growth, building operators will take service to the next level, as highlighted by Trend #5: Property Management 2.0. Renters can expect in-building apps that will deliver a fresh lunch to their work booths or provide dry cleaning pick-up from their units, while prospects can search for their perfect new home via real-time virtual tours of recently available properties.

Read the Taylor Johnson 2022 Multifamily Real Estate Trends Report here.

 

The Habitat Company is wooing renters at downtown Chicago’s Hubbard Place with its elite business center, featuring popular booth seating and dramatic city views, while Optima, Inc. is winning points by serving up a broad range of concierge-level services with a custom app.


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