How Remote Work Is Hurting America’s Downtowns

6 months ago
News Analysis Office buildings continue to sit mostly empty in major cities across the United States, jeopardizing the future of America’s downtowns more than two years after the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the mass adoption of remote work. Data from Kastle Systems, a provider of access control systems for thousands of office buildings, shows that office occupancy averages just 43.8 percent of its pre-COVID baseline across 10 major metropolitan areas. Citywide averages range from 34.7 perce...
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