How Offices Will Change

By Diane Haithman, Hannah Madans | LABJ


Landlords, tenants prep for new normal

Removing furniture. Reducing the number of workstations. Alternating workdays or staggering start times. Queuing elevators.

These are just some ideas being considered by companies and building owners across Los Angeles who are trying to determine what work life will look like once Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease.

While health and government authorities have made recommendations, tenants and landlords are working on how to best create a safe environment when people return to the office.

From traditional downtown high-rises to cutting-edge coworking spaces, it’s likely that workers will be greeted by a variety of changes — some small, others more substantial — whenever they finally start venturing back to their cubicles and conference rooms.

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