JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich sees that sentiment – and investors' heads – are turning for the better when it comes to the US office market, he said last week, appearing on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."

"Office occupancy is growing across the world and across the US," he said. "We shouldn't be dismissing offices overall. It is the place for meeting and engaging with your company. And offices have a big role to play, going forward."

Ulbrich said five days won't be the standard, but rather he expects workers to be in the office three to four days per week, depending on the industry and what role a person has with the company.

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