The Human Factor: Buildings and Wellness in an Age of Uncertainty

November 18, 2022
October 21, 2022


  1. What the people who use buildings really want from space in order to feel safe returning there
  2. How independent ratings methodology can reassure building users and provide a framework for building owners
  3. The flexible measures owners can put in place to make their building resilient for different eventualities
  4. The wellness needs of building users that transcend the current situation

Commercial real estate used to be about rent per square foot and desks per square feet. But from 2020 onwards, the owners of real estate will need to reassure the people that use buildings that they are safe and healthy places to go. If you can’t reassure people of that, they will stay at home, and your asset risks becoming obsolete. It is impossible to predict the exact health and wellness measures that will be required in future. But a deep focus on these topics will help building owners ensure their assets are resilient and attractive.

Join Bisnow for a webinar looking at how building owners can provide reassurance to the public, as the pandemic recedes and far beyond.

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Lulafit works with real estate teams and employers to turn office buildings into workplace destinations.  Whether consulting on the design of the amenity suite or activating spaces with on-site operations, our hospitality-focused and wellness-forward approach takes the stress out of building amenities to support the future of work.  The result is increased retention, higher engagement, and healthier and happier people.
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