The corporation was born 115 years ago, and since then every American’s life within the office has been transformed.
Aside from space and cost optimization, what hasn’t really changed much (until recently) is how we holistically build a workplace—not just design and construction but organizational culture and how amenities become part of the leasing footprint. Plenty of offices today offer employees nicer elevators, grand lobbies, a bigger fridge, and maybe a ping-pong table. However, what they are truly longing for (and a workplace should provide) is an experience—what people have come to expect at a five-star hotel, their favorite restaurant, their spin class, or offices like Apple Park.
That’s why Convene is bringing CRE owners and occupiers together to discuss how we can address the needs of tomorrow’s talent. Join owners, occupiers, and commercial real-estate veterans such as Ric Clark, Chairman of Brookfield Property Group, Scott Rechler, Chairman and CEO of RXR Realty, and Peter Barnett, Real Estate Strategy Leader at PWC in a journey towards defining the next generation of CRE amenities.