Posted on Virginia Business
America is moving to a rental-based society. In the not-too-distant future, grocery stores will become the place to hang out, offering a hub of essential services. And large companies such as Microsoft will buy units for rent based on consumption, as opposed to square feet, from national landlords with smaller office spaces available to workers 24/7.
Those were some of the predictions shared by futurist Christopher Lee Tuesday during the sixth annual Land Forum sponsored by Commonwealth Commercial, a Henrico-County based commercial real estate services firm.