Posted on November 22 2021
As the crises period of the pandemic recedes and we adapt to the reality of transitioning to the post-pandemic office environment – few things are as certain as the uncertainty surrounding what future office requirements will look like.
The rapid uptake of virtual working, decentralisation of workforces and the rise in employees assigning more importance to the value benefit of flexible working has all contributed to a decidedly uncertain office real estate environment. While particular classes of assets have struggled to redeploy themselves and realign their offerings to meet this shift in demand priorities; smaller, more flexible assets have been able to quickly and efficiently repurpose their spaces to meet these changing needs.
At Omnia – our national footprint and broad portfolio of managed assets has seen us hold difficult conversations during this challenging period with landlords with assets ranging in class and positioning. Amongst all of these, a discernible and clear formula for success has emerged – rewarding landlords who have been willing to prioritise flexibility in both asset and agreement management. With the prevailing uncertainty regarding working patterns and requirements making investment difficult to justify, those landlords who have repurposed their assets to provide more enticing value propositions in both their physical offering and their leasing umbrella have in turn seen higher occupancy. While in some cases this has required substantial investment, it is not always the case, particularly if there are particular tenants with existing leaseholds who have been engaged regularly to assess what they feel their future requirements are likely to be.
Located in the heart of the cathedral district of Sheffield, Courtwood House is a stylish, well-appointed space perfectly situated to service the needs of growing businesses in the steel city. Designed with collaborative and flexible working in mind, these serviced offices provide fully flexible options coupled with the fully appointed provisions demanded by modern business.
Arranged over five floors, Courtwood House has been configured to provide solutions to scale for the post-pandemic office environment – from small creative contracting firms, satellite offices, SME headquarters through to wholesale departments for large corporates. Its amenities and location lend it to providing a dynamic, collaborative, cost-effective office space that can suit existing setups while allowing for expansion or rationalisation as needs arise. As working habits continue to evolve, Courtwood’s flexibility in its setup of infrastructure and leasing agreements have been tailored to reflect the volatility of office-based requirements, providing surety and stability to firms of all sizes.
There are numerous shops and facilities in the surrounding area, all conveniently located on your doorstep.
This modern building is also a short distance from Sheffield railway station and is well positioned adjacent to the M1 motorway. Its location within one hours commute from Leeds Bradford, East Midlands and Robin Hood Airports makes it the ideal solution to those firms require national transit links.
The services available at Courtwood House are flexible and wide-ranging, including a friendly and professional reception team, administrative services, meeting room areas, and a range of office sizes that are configurable and customisable to suit.
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