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Some Hotels Convert Their Empty Rooms Into Office Space

by Arielle Biscayart 09/13/2020

Covid-19 has forced a lot of people and businesses to reinvent themselves in order to survive financially. As a residential and commercial real erstate agent, I am in a privileged position to witness and experience some of the trends and ideas that have been flourishing locally and internationally as a result of the pandemic.

As an example of these trends, some hotels have been using their empty rooms to offer safe daily or weekly office space to individuals who are in need of a quiet getaway from their home. Working from home has been a great opportunity for many, including myself, however a good number of people are also looking for temporary working space away from their home distractions such as children or roomates.

In this case, a few hotels such as the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn have partnered with coworking space companies to offer cozy and welcoming office spaces for an individual or a small team.

This helps both hotels who need to fill out their rooms and reduce increased vacancies due to a lower number of travelers as well as remote workers who are craving for quiet space to work from.

Photo : Andrea Davis for Unsplash.

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Arielle Biscayart

Arielle Biscayart was born in Rome, Italy, raised in Paris, France, and moved to the Miami area in 2004.
Since becoming a South East Florida resident, Arielle has been a Florida licensed real estate agent, involved in the growing local arts community. She has been offering her real estate consulting and sales services in the Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Aventura, Miami Beach, Miami, and Allapattah areas since 2005.
Speaking four languages ( English, Spanish, French, and Italian ) helps her market her service a portfolio of local and international clients.