Potential Impacts of COVID-19 to the Coworking and Flexible Office Industry Webinar
Recorded On: 04/22/2020
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Federal, state, and local governments has upended the global office market by forcing corporate occupiers to adopt emergency work-from-home policies in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Accordingly, owners of office buildings and operators of flexible workplaces are now severely stressed, facing rent collection issues and tenant defaults, among a host of other business challenges. This macro-event will have a lasting impact on tenant demands and how flexible office space is delivered in the future. Avison Young’s Michael Kloppenburg will share his perspective on the near- and long-term considerations for owners, occupiers and operators of coworking and flexible office space.
Senior Consultant, Flexible Office Solutions
- Michael Kloppenburg is a Senior Consultant within Avison Young’s Flexible Office Solutions (FOS) practice focused on strategic engagement with the commercial owner and investor community.
- The FOS team is focused exclusively on the flexible office industry advising owners, occupiers, and flexible space operators seeking to leverage the competitive advantages of its effective delivery.
- Michael is a veteran of the flexible space industry. He spent nine years with Carr Companies working in management and sales for Carr Workplaces, an industry leading national co-working operator.
- In addition, he is a licensed broker in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia with extensive experience not only in flexible real estate but also traditional tenant and landlord representation.