RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After a wave of office repossessions in the wake of the home office last year, a wave of new companies is slowly starting to occupy these spaces, giving a new physiognomy to corporate buildings that used to have a "traditional" profile, with bays, closed and meeting rooms.
This change process, led by companies that grew in the midst of the crisis, such as technology, healthcare, and financial advisory companies, is encouraging the sector, which is counting on this to try and reduce the so-called vacancy rate.
The initial estimate of specialists is that the percentage . . .