The nice post-Labor Day comeback to the workplace didn’t occur.
COVID-19’s summer time surge thwarted expectations that fall could be the time to begin working aspect by aspect once more, with children again at school and the pandemic on the wane.
Many companies determined to maintain working remotely, however the consensus amongst firms appears to be that the workplace isn’t lifeless. Workplace leasing in Los Angeles County confirmed constructive indicators within the third quarter as some employers seemed forward and rented area.
For now, although, most workplace buildings stay sparsely occupied.
“The Delta variant precipitated some corporations to reevaluate their return-to-office plans,” actual property dealer Todd Doney of CBRE mentioned. “Many have pushed it into 2022.”
Banking large Capital One, for instance, mentioned final summer time that it might reopen workplaces in September after which pushed the comeback to early November. Just a few days in the past, Capital One