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Office space in Vancouver on the rebound

Despite rise of remote work during pandemic, Vancouver market expected to see growth

By Anthony Macuk, Columbian business reporter
Published: June 13, 2021, 6:05am
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Vladimir Rakach, senior construction manager for Hurley Development, works in his office at Hurley Tower in downtown Vancouver.
Vladimir Rakach, senior construction manager for Hurley Development, works in his office at Hurley Tower in downtown Vancouver. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The coronavirus pandemic triggered an immediate and seismic shift in the professional office landscape, sending entire offices home for 15 months of remote work and forcing companies to grapple with unexplored questions about how much of their work actually requires a professional office setting.

“I think every company is taking a step back,” said Kevin Rockett, director of facilities at ZoomInfo, which is headquartered in Vancouver.

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