Change from within

June 15, 2017 Sanjana Saluja

To address Pittsburgh’s growing popularity and exploding talent pipeline, our JLL team decided to expand space in their original location. The problem: these were non-adjoining spaces with inefficient furniture layouts. With lease expiration and a building ownership change looming, we made a strategic move to accommodate evolving firm and talent needs by moving into Tower Two-Sixty. The newly-developed, mixed use building offered a favorable tenant improvement allowance and a significant branding and signage opportunity. We met the expressed needs of our diverse workforce by incorporating employee feedback in our design. The resulting office environment delivers a workplace that accommodates headcount growth and achieves better functionality and business value.

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