What do your teams need to thrive?
A common thread among teams in Washington, DC? The desire to collaborate and contribute to something beyond their individual responsibilities. How do you leverage your space to inspire and support collaboration among clients, employees and the community?
Over the past decade, the nature of work has evolved dramatically and with it, the office environment. Our new Mid-Atlantic headquarters in Washington, DC needed to reflect those changes and support our business ambitions. The most important part of any workplace journey is getting to know yourself. We dug into the way we meet, the way we use technology, even the way we make our coffee.
Your office space as an extension of your brand story
Achieving our workplace goals meant following a design philosophy of Workplace: showplace, a design that looks at our office as much more than a place for our employees to work—a place that tells our story. Over the past decade, the nature of work has evolved dramatically and with it, the office environment. Our new Mid-Atlantic headquarters in Washington, DC needed to reflect those changes and support our business ambitions. The most important part of any workplace journey is getting to know yourself. We dug into the way we meet, the way we use technology, even the way we make our coffee.
You've heard it before — we spend more waking hours at work than anywhere else. Where those hours are spent matters. A neighborhood can define your workplace experience, what employees you attract and how far your business' real estate dollars will go. Our experts know every Washington, DC submarket like the back of their hand, pointing you toward more than a space but a place.
The impact of design on collaboration and productivity
An office designed for productivity and to encourage “collision and collaboration.” When people are encouraged to run into each other, you get spur of the moment conversations that would not have happened otherwise.
Site selection and engaging the workforce
Finding your ideal office location is a multi-faceted and complex decision that involves input from many stakeholders. Working with an experienced commercial real estate broker can uncover your right opportunity and save you time, money and risk.
A firm's culture is given life by the people who experience it every day, and your work environment should reflect that culture. An office culture embodies your core values, beliefs and ambitions. For us at JLL DC, our culture extends beyond the walls of our office into our community, and our new office is a showcase for that connection.
Infusing a global brand with your local story
Our company is global, but our office, people and clients are local. Connecting your office to the local community gives your guests a sense of place and employees a sense of pride.
Bringing authenticity and community connection
Create a location-specific story that leverages a strong global brand as its backbone. Commission a local artist to reinforce your connection to your community.
Our five-step approach to project management
On time and on budget are always a focus but a skilled project manager will align behind and help you to realize the true vision of your project.