PropertyBT Podcast: Will demand for Grade A office space return?

In this episode, senior correspondent Leslie Yee argues the relevance of physical offices in a Covid-endemic world. PHOTO: BT GRAPHIC

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In this episode, senior correspondent Leslie Yee discusses his article arguing that physical offices continue to be relevant despite the rise of remote working and that Grade A spaces will outperform.  It also features the take of property analysts’ on the future of Singapore’s office buildings.

Highlights (click/tap above):

01:06 The relevance of physical offices and the continued flight to quality in the office property market (including comments from Wong Xian Yang, head of research Singapore, Cushman & Wakefield)

04:15 Aggressively cutting office rental expense? (including comments from Christine Yu, CEO, International Property Advisor)

07:05 Do poorer grade office buildings have a future? (including comments from Nicholas Mak, head of research and consultancy, ERA Realty)

10:09 Looking forward to having talent work in great office spaces and the return of vibrancy to the CBD 

Read Leslie’s article.

Produced by: Leslie Yee ( & Howie Lim

Edited by: Howie Lim


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