It took some of the Moscow offices literally a week to switch to remote operations in view of the lockdown. The office segment, despite the rosy outlook looming ahead, suddenly “turned in the opposite direction”. Yet the main changes await it after the lockdown is repealed. What will happen to the market of office centers? What could be the new requirements of the corporate sector? The answers to these and other questions are given by Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev in his interview for the Officenext resource.
The whole world won't work out of homes. Offices will remain but change their looks. Obviously, the first thing companies will work on after their return to business centers is creating safe spaces to protect the life and health of their employees. That was the narrative of Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev who shared his views on the RBC resource in his expert column.
Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev reviewed international trends in office space development, covered in Workplace Review 2019, specifically for RBC PRO, correlating them with Russian realities. For more detail see:
“The latest news related to the pandemic, ruble devaluation and falling oil prices certainly affect the construction and real estate market. The current situation will take a toll on the inflation rate as well as many macroeconomic indicators. Yet the most important thing is the lack of competition. Closed state borders, the lack of access to alternative markets will push up prices on local goods which won’t cover the entire assortment we need, nonetheless. Therefore, the project cost growth is inevitable,” said Business Development Director Artem Panteleev, commenting on the impact of current factors on the real estate market in his interview for the CRE resource: