The second quarter witnessed a decline in prime office demand in Bangkok due to a series of multinational mergers, according to property agency Colliers International. In response, landlords have become more flexible in lease negotiations and are willing to lower asking rents, catering to tenants in search of better deals.
Decline in Prime Office Demand in Bangkok Spurs Flexible Lease Negotiations
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