Some COVID-19 adaptations will have legs

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Some COVID-19 adaptations will have legs

Will bump-outs, remote work and high housing costs stick around?
Residents of big cities are moving to more rural, less dense communities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bump-outs, designed to help restaurants survive limits on indoor dining capacity, proved so popular they will be back in 2021.
Durango experienced a glut of office space after employers allowed employees to work remotely from home. In November, FIS Worldpay put its 81,380-square-foot building on the market.
Chelsea Nettleton works in her home east of Durango on Florida Mesa. Remote work has accelerated as employers responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some COVID-19 adaptations will have legs

Residents of big cities are moving to more rural, less dense communities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bump-outs, designed to help restaurants survive limits on indoor dining capacity, proved so popular they will be back in 2021.
Durango experienced a glut of office space after employers allowed employees to work remotely from home. In November, FIS Worldpay put its 81,380-square-foot building on the market.
Chelsea Nettleton works in her home east of Durango on Florida Mesa. Remote work has accelerated as employers responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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