Future-Proof Properties

  • Jan. 2, 2019
  • Commercial Property Executive

Change often seems to come to real estate at the speed of light. Shifts in work patterns, lifestyle trends and the demands of technology place properties at risk of becoming obsolete. That reality brings the concept of future-proofing to center stage. In some cases, it signifies retrofitting properties for purposes never expected by the original developer; in others, it means designing buildings to accommodate new systems that may not be installed for decades.

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