After the remote-work rush, vacant offices and empty downtowns

Core business centers in large and small cities throughout the US are suffering the effects of hybrid- and remote-work policies, which has led to a 20% to 40% reduction in office space use, according to global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company. The switch to primarily remote work at the start of the COVID pandemic in March 2020 left downtowns largely empty.

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