Shorter business cycles and greater uncertainty in an age of increased competition have propelled the demand for flexible workspace solutions such as hot desking and private office solutions in Singapore.
As large enterprises shift towards a more economical option, traditional landlords are tapping on the changing market dynamics to maximise their flexibility and scalability.
This can be achieved through a management contract approach, to best leverage the benefits of what operators like JustCo can offer. Through their services SMEs and large corporations alike can enjoy the benefits of flexible workspaces, from a virtual office to a private office suite.
JustCo has signed a landmark agreement with T-Grande Property Holding Pte. Ltd. The agreement is in line with the company’s asset-light strategy and will see it manage the real estate space at Asia Green in Tampines, Singapore from the third quarter of 2021.
“With 30% of global office inventory projected to become flexible by 2030, corporations are looking to landlords to offer more than just an empty office space,” said Kong Wan Sing, Founder and CEO of JustCo. “The signing is in tandem with our inclination towards an asset-light management model and reflects a paradigm shift in how landlords are retailing their real estate spaces in view of customer demands for versatile and flexible workspace solutions.”
Spanning across approximately 30,000 square feet, the JustCo-managed space at Asia Green is designed to optimise the sharing of spaces, assets and amenities within the building by its occupiers, who will form members of the building’s community. Located at Tampines, JustCo at Asia Green will also serve as a location for workforce decentralization plans, made possible with hot desk solutions and private office suites.
“JustCo’s expertise in workspace technologies and community management is complementary to Asia Green’s rollout of its Core + Flex leasing strategy, which provides its MNC tenant base the opportunity to scale up their workspace requirements on demand,” says spokesperson Leslie Lim, Managing Partner of Evia Real Estate, Asset Manager of Asia Green.