The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the hottest trend for landlords and employers is supplying workers with apps that do much more than reserve conference room space.

For example, a new app being developed for CIBC Square, an office complex in Toronto that will be home to the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, will likely enable workers to do such things as book fitness classes, change the lighting and temperature at their desks, book cars, order food and even arrange babysitters or find a lunch companion.

“We’re not managing buildings anymore. We’re five-star hoteliers,” said Jonathan Pearce, executive vice president of North American leasing for Ivanhoé Cambridge, which is considering offering similar apps throughout its 35 million square feet of office properties. “The app is the ecosystem that essentially brings all the amenities together.”