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Tech & Science A teleworking space now proposed in the new Apartments of COGEDIM

18:20  10 june  2021
18:20  10 june  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Un espace télétravail désormais proposé dans les appartements neufs de Cogedim © PEXELS A teleworking space now proposed in the new apartments of COGEDIM while the pandemic forced to the rapid development of teleworking, the real estate developer has decided to introduce a Space dedicated in new new housing.

A space dedicated to teleworking in its apartment is the new COGEDIM project. "There is clearly one before and one after Covid", assures the general manager of the real estate developer, Vincent Ego, whose company presented Thursday 10 commitments for his new offer of housing, including the construction of apartments "adapted to teleworking " "More than ever, housing must be a refuge area. We must, beyond living there and rest there, to work there," says AFP Vincent Ego, stating that future constructions From COGEDIM will now offer "a landscaped corner that allows teleworking". "It is a possibility that we offer our purchasers," says Marie Catherine Chazeaux, director of the product and architecture pole, who does not wish to "impose but offer" this teleworking space, in an era "which pushes forward this new use ".

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three options have been retained to install this new space: in a base with a canopy; in a room in addition to storage; or in a window, on the same principle as a bow window. "Each apartment from the 2 rooms is designed to accommodate one or two teleworking spaces according to its area," says COGEDIM in a statement, recalling that 34% of the French "believe that their housing is not adapted" to this practice.


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confirming that residential promotion had "Less suffer" from the health crisis that other sectors, the COGEDIM Director General also observes an "extremely significant" development of the real estate market in medium-sized cities, reinforced by teleworking. "It is an axis of geographic development (...) We took a stand on ten new cities with the establishment of an office and a development manager," added Ego, whose company unfolds For six months in Tours, Angers, Rennes, Rouen or Dijon.

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In addition to teleworking, the brand of the Altarea group presented 10 environmental, well-being or health commitments that will be deployed from On July 1, 2021 on all of his new constructions. COGEDIM undertakes in particular to increase the glazing surface by 20%, reinforce the ventilation, equip by a balcony all its homes "from the 2 pieces" and install in its showers and bathtubs the thermostatic mixers "ensuring until 25% water savings ". "We leave a period when the time spent in our housing was even more important (...) The expectations of the inhabitants vis-à-vis their homes have strengthened", notes Vincent Ego, for whom the CVVID crisis has been an "Accelerator of Taking into Account and Understanding" of customer expectations.

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