Common office spaces aren’t just for employees anymore

Common office spaces aren’t just for employees anymore

By Rich Bockmann | The Real Deal

They may not be riding around on hover boards just yet, but clients today are finding that an increasing number of companies are designing common spaces in their offices as less-formal places to hold meetings.

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