How COVID-19 Could Reshape The Future Of Chicago Workplaces

How COVID-19 Could Reshape The Future Of Chicago Workplaces
Less traffic is seen in downtown Chicago, Sunday, March 22, 2020. Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday issued a stay-at-home order, the most strict statewide action he's taken to date in the effort to prevent further spread of the new coronavirus. Pritzker's order follows statewide schools closures, restrictions on the size of gatherings, and an order for bars and restaurants to suspend dine-in service. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo
How COVID-19 Could Reshape The Future Of Chicago Workplaces
Less traffic is seen in downtown Chicago, Sunday, March 22, 2020. Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday issued a stay-at-home order, the most strict statewide action he's taken to date in the effort to prevent further spread of the new coronavirus. Pritzker's order follows statewide schools closures, restrictions on the size of gatherings, and an order for bars and restaurants to suspend dine-in service. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo

How COVID-19 Could Reshape The Future Of Chicago Workplaces

The onset of COVID-19 has forced many businesses to adapt by having most or all of their employees working from home and connecting virtually.

This forced work-from-home experiment is not only providing insight on how employees work, but is also likely to have some businesses reconsidering the value of office space.

Reset finds out how the COVID-19 crisis could dramatically reshape Chicago’s downtown office market and the future of workplace design.

GUEST: Danny Ecker, commercial real estate reporter at Crain’s Chicago Business