While many landlords face looming crises associated with co-working, collaborative, and flexible space strategies dependent on intermediaries, Boxer has emerged as a low-risk, large-scale example of success. The paper explores underlying market conditions and outlines how Boxer used Stemmons Enterprise to build the internal capabilities that made it possible.
- Flexible or collaborative space delivered through intermediaries has not worked.
- These programs must be integrated into the operations of the entire building, and be delivered by the same team handling general property operations.
- Eliminating inherent conflicts over use of the space adds tremendous value to landlords.
- Organized systems that unify operations allow building managers to provide these services directly.
- This migration to internalizing flexible space management has turned from luxury to necessity.