Co-Working Spaces: Changing The Shape Of Commercial Real Estate

Changing the shape of commercial real estate
Changing the shape of commercial real estate

According to JLL’s report, India’s office sector is evolving. It consistently needs space for commercial operations. New policies, as well, are in favor of the commercial real estate sector. All this has led to more leasing and investor activity.

Co-working spaces are no more just the demand of IT companies but the non-IT companies as well. Whether it is BFSI, telecom, healthcare, biotech, real estate or any consultancy business, each and every kind of organization is filling up office space actively.

The report also states that demand for office space across major seven cities has tripled from 1.1million sq ft. to 3.4 million sq ft. in a period of one year.

Advent of RERA:
Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) and its regulations along with setting up of Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) of India are the apparent reasons for the growing trust of companies and layman in the sector.
This has also regained the trust of foreign investors and increased inflows from FDI.

Demand from enterprises of all sizes:
Large and medium-sized companies used to take up the office space until now. But now even small-sized companies have taken up a considerable share of the market. Cost savings is the major factor driving the force.
Presence of co-working space in commercial areas where connectivity with the rest of the city is robust, there is constant infrastructural development going on as well as the companies have the freedom to expand or contract their operations according to their changing business environment.

Effective cost savings:
Another most important factor driving the growth of the office segment in the commercial market is flexible leasing terms offered by developers and landlords.
Co-working spaces providers are moving with the pace of the market and offering functional and effectively designed office spaces with lower deposit requirements, which has led enterprises to plan their finances effectively. Moreover, requirements for meeting rooms, conference halls, cafeterias, open corridors, and pantry are also met like never before.

Expanding businesses across the industries:
As mentioned above, it is not just IT companies filling up the co-working spaces but the enterprises of every segment.
Startups and small-sized companies are definitely in need of flexible working space and flexible payment plans. However, substantial demand is coming from large-sized companies.

Demand for co-working space is also on the upward direction due to its strategic design and amicable office environment. Businesses thrive if the workforce is contented and functioning optimally. Therefore, effective work culture and the environment is a must for every kind and every size of the enterprise.



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