On 14 March, the Spanish government decreed a State of Emergency to try to curb the Covid-19 pandemic that is still plaguing the world. It lasted for three months, during which time thousands of office buildings and shopping centres were left empty, with employees working from home and consumers being forced to make non-essential purchases exclusively online.
The direct consequence of this lockdown was felt by the owners of those properties, who saw how their tenants were able to carry on their business activities beyond their buildings. It caused them to question their future income, given the rise of two important trends: working from home and e-commerce.
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