With augmented and virtual reality, tour your office before it’s built

The staged apartment of John and Molly Cesarz in New York, Nov. 12, 2018. The Cesarzes used Compass Real Estate to stage their home, and though Molly Cesarz wasn’t thrilled with some of the choices, they agreed that the space looks more photogenic. (Stefano Ukmar/The New York Times)


Developers, architects, brokers and builders have started to use virtual and augmented reality technologies as a way to save money and time in two aspects of large commercial real estate projects: leasing and construction.

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