This panel will address key questions regarding the impact coworking can have on building valuation, from the perspective of landlords. The panel will address fields such as : does coworking increase or decrease value? What is the optimal percentage take-up of space by an operator in a building – can a building entirely operated by a coworking operator (sole tenant) be a feasible investment product? Does having coworking in the building help to market traditional space to tenants as they grow or is it starting to compete for the same clients and their requirements?
About deal structure, will straight long term leases with market level rents continue to be the dominant business model of operators on the space acquisition side or are we heading toward revenue/profit sharing, management fee structures and franchising models with landlords? Should landlords, funds and banks look at the type of end customer (i.e. user / member) of coworking operators? Is it important for evaluating the operator’s capability to pay rent?”
Nicklas Lindberg (Echo Investment), Marcin Juszczyk (Capital Park), moderated by Mikolaj Niemczycki (Cushman & Wakefield)
- Format – Panel
- Target – Senior & General audience
- Track – Business / Operations