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Coworking Real Estate Report

Colliers International has sought out the opinions of some of Australia’s leading office owners and investors to gather their overarching views of the market.

We would like to thank our valued landlord clients who took the time to respond to our survey; your insight and comments have been essential in producing this report.

What do some of the other findings say?

  • 90% of leasing landlords agreed that co-working is positive for the market; however 65% believe co-working is positive for their business.
  • 45% of leasing landlords said that co-working has changed their tenancy profile within their asset (i.e. corporate to casual).
  • Almost half of investor landlords responded with 'no impact' when asked if their investors look more or less favourably upon new developments with a co-working anchor.

Coworking Real Estate Report

A Flexible Perspective

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Anneke Thompson

National Director

Melbourne CBD

Anneke began her property career in 2004, and in that time has gained experience across many facets of commercial property including leasing, consultancy, research, feasibility analysis, forecasting, and financing.

Anneke leads the Australian Research team for Colliers International, and as part of this role manages the production of all of Colliers’ Research and Forecast Reports (RFRs), as well as our Colliers EDGE data subscription product. She has a particular focus on office markets – both the Capital Markets and leasing sectors – and contributes annually to the Capital Markets’ teams Investment Review series.

Anneke is regularly called upon to present at property industry forums run by groups such as the Property Council of Australia (PCA), the Australian Property Institute (API) and Property Investment Research (PIR). She has also contributed to a number of panel discussions, and regularly presents to Colliers’ wide variety of client groups.

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