People in the suburbs want nice things too? It certainly sets them apart from other suburban office buildings.
I'm sure that's true.
However, it never stopped an investor--oriented company from building/operating as cheaply as possible to maximize returns.
Its been rare to 'extra' investment made in properties which are at best 'B' locations and maybe 'C'.
That is not said to condescend at all, but to describe actual real estate classifications; and typical behaviors around them.