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COVID-19 and Real Estate

How the global coronavirus pandemic is affecting commercial real estate and the workplace

In 2021, the life sciences sector had one of its best years on record. Already growing rapidly before the pandemic hit, the race to develop vaccines helped further bolster the niche sector, leading to a record number of IPOs formed last year. But 2022 has been different. The COVID-19 boost the industry benefited from has ended, and numbers are coming...
It’s safe to say that the COVID-19 pandemic significantly disrupted the labor market, but when the first chaotic waves of lockdown rippled across the globe, it became clear that the labor market would not automatically bounce back. Companies started making large-scale layoffs, unemployment offices were clogged with applications, and front-line workers were confronted with a dark reality of compromising their...
Even as pandemic fears finally begin to wind down, return-to-office movements in North America are varying wildly depending on the market. Ottawa, for one, is looking pretty sluggish. San Francisco, once the hottest office market in the U.S. until 2019, now has an office vacancy rate of 25 percent. Meanwhile, Austin’s office market continues to soar, leading the United States...


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