CBRE showcases new office design in Miami

Miami /
Apr.April 30, 2017 11:00 AM

Commercial real estate brokerage CBRE opened a new office on Brickell Avenue in Miami with paperless operations,  no assigned desks and a high-tech theater, part of a company-wide initiative to upgrade CBRE’s workplaces.

The 18,921-square-foot office on the 11th floor of 777 Brickell Avenue is part of CBRE’s global Workplace360 initiative to promote flexibility, mobility and productivity through office design.

The new office features both collaborative and private spaces for CBRE employees and a Liquid Galaxy theater for presentations that incorporate three dimensional images, mapping technology and analytical data.

“Our new office will create a more collaborative culture for our employees in an innovative and sustainable environment, and we know it will have a meaningful impact in attracting and retaining top talent,” Arden Karson, senior managing director at CBRE South Florida, said in a prepared statement.

CBRE’s in-house workplace strategy and project management teams led the implementation of the new Workplace360 space at 777 Brickell Avenue.

A CBRE team in South Florida led by Shay Pope represented the firm in the lease transaction for the Brickell office.

“The new space will have a strong focus on employee collaboration, as well as hospitality elements and various amenities,” Cicily Dostalek, program manager for CBRE’s Workplace360 initiative, said in a prepared statement. “From productivity and wellness, to engagement and recruitment, the workplace contributes to our business results.”


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