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Even in a time of growing remote and virtual working setups, workplace traffic has grown over 300% since May of 2020, with cities such as Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington DC leading the charge for return to work efforts. Moreover, as it turns out, physical workspaces will also remain a vital and vibrant part of tomorrow’s working world and play a critical role in helping enterprises foster teamwork, collaboration, and culture going forward. However, as we point out in new book FUN AT WORK, research indicates that these workspaces will look radically different from what we see today, pointing towards growing demand for a more flexible, on-demand future for commercial real estate. Spurred by the rise of new hybrid working models and growing digital transformation, tomorrow’s workplace will accordingly revolve around more on-demand workspaces and office-as-a-service solutions — allowing you to grab desk spaces, event spaces, meeting rooms and more as needed.