Home Real Estate 2021 Real Estate Report Commercial: Office workplace disruption (iStock) Real Estate2021 Real Estate ReportBusinessInsider Commercial: Office workplace disruption Pandemic restrictions are ending but will enough workers return to stabilize what was already a soft office market? By Holly Duchmann - June 1, 2021 FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint Pandemic restrictions are ending but will enough workers return to stabilize what was already a soft office market? Already an INSIDER? Sign in. We are glad you enjoy reading Business Report. Continue reading this story and get ACCESS to all our content from any device with a subscription now. Click to become an INSIDER for under $2.00 a week Get access to more than a decade of story archives. Get access to our searchable data center of TOP LISTS. Get exclusive content only available to INSIDERS. Already an INSIDER? Sign in RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Business East Baton Rouge tax collections creep upward in September Business Weyerhaeuser planning $96.2M lumber mill modernization project Business The DC law firm reviewing Louisiana State Police is no stranger to controversy Daily Report PM How lowering mortgage rates could change the US housing market next year Business LSU researchers developing sensors to detect carbon capture leaks Business Companies with flexible work arrangements seeing faster growth Daily Report AM Windy Gladney’s commercial plans for Burbank recommended for denial Business Pennington Biomedical receives millions in funding for childhood obesity study Business ExxonMobil partners with oil transportation firm for joint pipeline venture in Louisiana Business How could Louisiana increase foreign trade and investment?