The trend towards de-urbanization of our workforce predated the coronavirus as companies began leveraging technology offering flexible work options and millennials looked
The trend towards de-urbanization of our workforce predated the coronavirus as companies began leveraging technology offering flexible work options and millennials looked outside the exorbitant prices of Manhattan to start their families. The introduction of a global health crisis fueled by density has only accelerated movement to the suburbs. The Commercial Observer Suburbs Series will open with a program focused on de-urbanization of the workforce as a catalyst of growth in the metropolitan areas of Westchester and Connecticut. Tune in to hear how the CRE industry is taking the cornerstones of NYC lifestyle and is delivering them along the CT/Westchester commuter belt through dynamic, mixed-use developments, what long-term shifts we can expect in workplace trends and what de-urbanization of the workforce means for the future of our cities and suburbs.
Who Should Attend
Contractors • Architects • Engineers • Developers • Facilities Directors • Design Firms • Technology Firms • Professional Services Firms
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
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