As employees begin to return to the office, flexible workspaces have become an increasingly popular option in South Florida, something its proponents say offers a work-from-home feeling with additional amenities, such as receptionist services, high-speed internet, technology and conference rooms.

What's more, a recent COVID and flexible space report from global commercial real estate services company JLL found 30% of all office space will be consumed flexibly by 2030, as a result of flexible lease terms and uncertainty caused by the pandemic.

Philippe Houdard, co-founder of Pipeline Workspaces, a Miami-based shared workspace concept, said he's noticed a big drive to reengage with society.

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Melea VanOstrand

Melea VanOstrand oversees the Daily Business Review as ALM's Florida Bureau Chief. Email Melea at [email protected] or follow her on her Twitter or Facebook pages.