As companies do their best to lure employees back to the office, building landlords are doing what they can to sweeten the pot as well. Their weapon of choice: building amenities. To be sure, offices have engaged in amenity competition for years, offering on-site fitness centers and landscaped indoor and outdoor spaces to name a few. But now, in this era of hybrid work, the turf war over what’s available is heating up, according to a Cushman & Wakefield report.

C&W analyzed 27 amenities offered from the start of 2020, across 50 buildings in 15 markets. The average number of amenities found was 14 with 10 buildings having more than 18.  

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