If we were to be offered not to come to work every morning just two years ago, and instead work from home, we would have most probably embraced the alternative, seeing it as more of a pleasure than work.
However, after almost two years of still altered circumstances, most companies have introduced the combination of home and office work, and more dominantly return of the employees to offices, while fully working from home turns out to be the least favorite option in all polls even among the employees.
The reasons are very differing, yet what remains unanimous is that we miss live communication among the colleagues, but also with our clients, we miss regular brainstorming with the team, support, challenging arguments, team spirit which at the end of the day makes us more creative, more productive, simply better both personally and professionally.
On the other hand, prior to a pandemic, the basis of the calculation for the optimal size of the office space was a number of employees, a number of separate offices needed, a number of open space zones divided by a number of square meters per employee, which depending on the industry in our market varies between 6 and 15 m2. What is evidently different nowadays is a necessity to adjust the space to the needs of individual sectors, as well as of each and every employee within a company, meaning that for the same number of employees the companies are taking more square meters of the rented office space, which primarily has to provide each and every employee with safe, comfortable, creative work zones enabling flexible shifting with colleagues depending on the work dynamics, as well as more relaxing zones, creativity and fun zones, with informal sitting allowing for a variety of choices for you to choose wherever more convenient to plug your laptop and work in a cozy ambience and safe interaction with colleagues.
Recognizing the significance of the changes that are becoming evident in the needs of the companies nowadays, as well as a challenge of creating ideally flexible office space that can be further adapted to the most diverse needs of the tenant companies, the investor Floor Art introduces in the market a well-designed contemporary style office building – Bridge Plaza, in the best part of the central business district along Milutina Milankovica Blvd in block 43.
With absolute flexibility of the interior design solutions adjusting to the realistic needs of the companies, comfortable and at the same time most wanted size of a typical floor totalling 560 m2, future tenant companies of the whole floor have at their disposal spacious terraces of over 20 m2.
Bridge Plaza office complex features 3 level-underground garage, and 8 floors of office space designed to satisfy the most sophisticated needs of today’s business, as well as retail space on the ground floor. The complex these days progresses well with construction, while the move-in date is envisaged for the autumn of 2022.
Sales and Leasing Representative for this contemporary office concept is the leading real estate consultancy in Serbia - CBS International
, part of the Cushman & Wakefield Group.