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Commercial Office Breakfast: CoWorking V Spec Suites

QLD Who's Driving Demand: CoWorking V Spec Suites MAY 2019
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Commercial Office Breakfast
Who’s driving demand: CoWorking v Spec Suites

While the emergence of new co-working operators in the Brisbane CBD has made headlines, demand for traditional small suites has remained strong.

But how long can these two drivers of leasing activity grow concurrently? Is co-working attracting a new breed of office tenant, or consuming regular demand? 

Hear the key insights of those at the cutting edge of our changing office landscape. Find out the impact of this new market dynamic on portfolios, and the approaches being adopted by asset owners to minimise risk. Discover how the spec suite market is evolving to adapt to this disruption, and what the future holds for leasing activity in Brisbane.

Panel Members:

Michael Conroy
National Asset Manager 
Christie Spaces

Michael Greene
Head of Tenant Representation – Australia
JLL

Christine O'Hara 
Asset Manager
Charter Hall 
 
Adrian Zanetti
Executive Manager Strategy - Real Estate 
Suncorp
 

Moderator
Leigh Warner
Senior Director, Research
JLL 


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