Apparently, while the economy has been putting pressure on office property prices, broadband and mobile communications have been altering the very identity of office property as we know it. This past weeks Economist asserts that separating work and living spaces is a historically unnatural practice born out of the industrial age’s need to clump people together to work in factories efficiently. Now that wireless technology allows anyone to work anywhere, the cubicle grid is now giving way to hybrid community spaces. Spaces are now being defined on the fly:

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