Since the shutdown in mid-March, there are many more questions than answers about the future of the office.
One key trend has been seen in suburban markets as well as in New York City. While offices are technically open at significantly reduced capacity, employees are in no hurry to come back to them. Much of the issue in New York City is that employees do not want to use public transportation (Metro-North and/or the NYC subway system) to get to work. They consider these to be significant health risks.
Even in Westchester, where people drive to work, park their own cars and can usually walk up a few flights of stairs to their workplace, office attendance is extremely light.Learn More