Sailing Against the Current

International Towers Thrives Amidst Shifting Realities

In a world where remote work is becoming the norm, businesses are reevaluating their office space needs, leading to increased vacancies and mounting pressure on landlords. Major companies, accustomed to occupying large office spaces, are gradually adapting to the new reality of employee work preferences. This shift has seen some tenants downsizing, while others are embracing flexibility.
Recent research from real estate firm JLL indicates that vacancy rates in Sydney CBD offices have soared to over 14%, with Melbourne at 16.2%.
Amidst this challenging landscape,  International Towers has defied market trends, outperforming the MSCI benchmarks over the past 1, 3, and 5 years. This success is attributed to the unwavering commitment of our tenants, and new tenants seeking ESG alignment, reaffirming International Towers as the premier workplace partner of choice in Sydney.
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