Demand for Office Amenities Is Not Being Met

BOSTON–Amenities have become a competitive differentiator in new apartment developments and now that trend is making its way to the office sector. Unlike the multifamily space, though, many landlords have not yet gotten the memo, leaving their tenants frustrated with their lack of options, according to a new report by HqO, a tenant engagement application for commercial landlords. “B2B, in general, always seems to lag trends in the B2C world and that is happening in real estate,” Chase Garbarino, CEO and co-founder of HqO, telsl GlobeSt.com. “Residential groups and hotels are out in front providing different services to their tenants and now you are starting to see more office landlords moving in that direction.”

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