There are definite advantages to being in the office just as there are definite advantages to being remote. I wouldn't want either all the time. What I like is the flexibility to work remote when I want and in the office when I want. I like walking into other people's office from time to time and having a face to face conversation. I also think big, important projects benefit from in person meeting because Zoom can only replicate so much of the meeting and none of the creative energy.
At the same time I like the ability to go out on a lunch run, do a late breakfast with a friend or my wife, and just work on paperwork and simpler tasts from home.
I much prefer flexibility to either option and that is what I give the divisions of my company that report to me. Pick where you work unless I let you know I need you in person for a meeting or project workshop. Since March 2020 I've had maybe 25 days total that I told my team I want them to be all on the same room. I also tell everyone if you feel sick at all work from home.