Six trends driving
state government
real estate

State governments are looking for ways to reduce costs and transform their real estate. The following are six trends to watch for.

Between the pandemic, a difficult economy and intense civic activism, state governments are being challenged as never before. Yet, there’s no time like a crisis to spark innovation—and some state real estate executives are seizing the moment to reduce costs and transform state government real estate.

Forward-looking real estate teams are assuming a leadership role to drive greater inter-agency collaboration, improved constituent services and efficient operations. For these enterprising teams, the crises of today are spurring workplace transformation and new portfolio strategies that reduce costs and advance the mission of government. They’re seizing the day to provide productive, mission-focused facilities for years to come.

Learn how two states – the state of Colorado and Commonwealth of Virginia, are transforming their real estate through these six trends:

  1. Flexible work is here to stay
  2. Real estate strategies are aimed at improving services to constituents
  3. Hybrid mobility programs are becoming the norm
  4. Organizational culture is becoming intentional
  5. Outcome – not “face time” – is what matters
  6. Revenue constraints spur innovation

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