How Dense Is Too Dense?
Densification has become a watchword in the commercial real estate industry. Increases in the number of people occupying unchanging tenant spaces have real and important implications for how property professionals operate their buildings and deliver high-quality work environments. BOMA International has partnered with Jacobs to publish a report defining the tipping point beyond which increased density affects tenant satisfaction, wellbeing and engagement.
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BOMA International also has published a white paper exploring the many implications of increased density: “Decoding Densification: Insights and Opportunities for CRE Professionals.” Learn more about the three key findings of the document:
- Densification is happening, but unevenly;
- Densification is best understood in a larger context; and
- The challenges of higher density are real, but manageable.
Download Decoding Densification; Insights and Opportunities for CRE Professionals
Tenant Leasing Checklist
When starting the leasing process, it is important for property managers to consider and properly address the effects a tenant’s occupancy density will have on the building’s systems. That’s why BOMA International created the Tenant Leasing Checklist: A Guide for Assessing Tenant Occupancy Density. This unique checklist is an easy-to-use resource to help property managers identify the areas that may be impacted by a tenant’s density, including cleaning/trash removal, elevators/escalators, restrooms, fire/life safety, HVAC and fresh air, electrical, parking, amenities and more.
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