Offices of the future with real estate executive David Marino of Hughes Marino
- 13:05 - Within the next 10 years, no one will need to build another office building anywhere in the United States. In fact, what you’re going to see is a general repurposing of office buildings. Already people are having the conversation about “How do we convert these things into multifamily residential?
- 17:19 - There are going to be a lot of building trends that come out of this… I think you’re going to see is a lot more conference rooms, particularly small conference rooms… two people, four people, four people, six people, max. That will also help support remote workers that want to come in once a month or once a week because they can just jump into a conference room with a laptop.”
- 21:36 - If you look 10, 20 years out the people who will be leading companies will have already been through how to do remote work well. Most people in my industry would want to talk about this being temporary, but that’s wishful thinking. The reality is these people aren’t coming back. If anything, I think 10, 20 years, from now, we’ll see more virtual companies, more hybrid styles of working that we can’t even imagine today.
Joe Kornik, Editor-in-Chief of VISION by Protiviti, discusses the future of work and specifically the future of the office and corporate real estate with David Marino, Executive Vice President and Co-founder of Hughes Marino, a San Diego corporate real estate advisory firm helping companies develop strategic solutions for their real estate needs… workspaces that work. David has completed over 20,000,000 square feet of transactions, comprised of over 2,000 expansions, relocations, lease renewals, subleases and building purchases. He is an expert in the strategic planning, market assessment, financial analysis, business terms structuring and negotiations aspects of commercial real estate.