Work-From-Home Limbo: TJ Clients Share Pandemic-Era Strategies For Multifamily Communities

January 4, 2022


Over the last two years as our clients responded to shifts in residents’ lives stemming primarily from the pandemic, team TJ has witnessed the evolution of the work-from-home lifestyle and taken note of the top strategies our clients are employing to make WFH work better at multifamily properties. We recently shared these insights with UNITS magazine writer Barbara Ballinger, resulting in a story featuring Taylor Johnson clients BKV GroupDowntown Apartment CompanyDraper and Kramer, IncorporatedFifield CompaniesThe Habitat CompanyMary Cook AssociatesMorgante Wilson Architects and RMK Management Corp. The piece takes a deep dive into WFH trends and solutions for multifamily communities, such as staying flexible with design and purpose of amenity spaces; enhancing outdoor areas; providing reservable rooms in a variety of sizes; reimagining furniture and seating arrangements; and creating spaces for before, during and after the workday. Read more in today’s TJ TALK.

 

With work life still in limbo for many residents, these properties showcase top features developers are adding to enhance work-from-home spaces: clockwise from top left, 42 Hundred on the Lake in St. Francis, Wis., managed by RMK Management Corp.; Hubbard Place in Chicago by The Habitat Company; Kilby in Frisco, Texas, with interiors by Mary Cook Associates; Aspire Residences in Chicago by Draper and Kramer, Incorporated; Westerly in Chicago developed by Fifield Cos. with interiors by Morgante Wilson Architects; and Sugar House in Salt Lake City designed by BKV Group.


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