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Developing Office Space in an Evolving Tenant Market: Two Case Studies

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October 12, 2016
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10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Complimentary Members Only Webinar

The office workplace is changing, and office tenants and building owners alike are taking a close look at these trends and their impacts. Creating a more collaborative, social, and flexible environment is frequently a key goal in many of these new workplaces. This webinar will focus on two efforts that exemplify some of the new ideas being used in modern office workplaces. The Urban Land Institute has created a new and collaborative headquarters space in Washington, DC that is based on an open plan, with ample common areas, flexible workspaces, and mostly unassigned seating. One North is a new architecturally distinctive office complex in Portland, Oregon that has proved alluring for fast-growing creative firms. Together these two case studies will highlight both the tenant and the building owner perspective as it relates to creating modern workplaces.

Moderator:
Dean Schwanke, Senior Vice President, Case Studies and Publications
Urban Land Institute, Washington, DC

Speakers:
Patrick Phillips, Global CEO
Urban Land Institute, Washington, DC

Nels Gabbert, Principal
Nels Gabbert LLC, Portland, OR

The ULI case studies on ULI Headquarters and One North can be found at the links below:
ULI Headquarters case study
One – North

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