Downtown Kansas City Office Space Game Comes With Rising Costs & Higher Risk

Real estate content actually offers a really great and somewhat objective analysis of the struggle for property and better prices in and around the loop. Take a look:

Office Occupiers in Kansas City Face the Short-Term Cost Versus Long-Term Benefit Dilemma

"With Kansas City unemployment hovering at cyclical lows around 3.5 percent and the war for talent at an all-time high, companies must leverage their real estate to attract and retain top talent. "At the height of the corporate office boom in the late 1990s and early 2000s, the average space per employee ranged from approximately 275 to more than 325 square feet.


  1. Don't know what the long term benefits are

  2. ^^^ There are none.


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