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Young shun CBD as back-to-office process stalls – The Age

The high rate of post-pandemic youth unemployment, a greater propensity to shop online and the absence of international students are reducing the proportion of…



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We recently launched the FOMO Fridays campaign, to incentivise people back into the CBD, he said.
That will have great appeal to younger cohorts because it involves starting your weekend a little bit earlier, working in the city on a Friday and then going out drinking and dining.
We believe that will have some impact but the biggest circuit breaker will be the reopening of international borders … without tourists and international students, foot traffic will remain relatively low.
CBRE used Pathzz…

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