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Combining market experts and design innovators, we strive to bring creative and unique solutions that are backed by research and proven success to the corporate/ commercial environment.
Clients include 20 current Fortune 100 Companies.
Over 25 million square feet of office space designed within the last 20 years.
Office space designed for projects in 50 different countries.
Ranked #11 in Building Design + Construction Office Giants.
Unlocking Trapped Value from Aged CRE Assets
‘Sleeping Giants’ are not fairy tale creatures, nor historic architectural icons like the Empire State building in New York City and the Wells Fargo Building in Denver. In corporate real estate, sleeping giants are the vast stock of older, more prosaic, buildings dominating our skylines. They are valuable building assets that struggle to compete as cities change around them and new buildings enter their markets, luring away prime tenants.Read More More / Asset Repositioning
3/3: Corporate Design Trends Explained
Page Principal Wendy Dunnam Tita recently attended the 2015 Colorado Real Estate Journal Commercial Interior Architecture & Design Conference to participate on a panel about the “Emerging Trends in Commercial Interiors”. In order to more fully explain the current design climate she focused her segment of the presentation on the “Whys behind the Trends”. While there are many reasons behind office and real-estate changes in corporate design, these three offer significant explanations for recent trends emerging in the workplace.Read More More / Workplace
Aging Office Buildings Look to Gain a Competitive Edge
Last month, Page Principal John Clegg, Page Associate Principals David Euscher and Jamie Flatt and Page client Darrell Kainer of Enterprise Products Company (EPCO) participated in a panel discussion on "Sleeping Giants: Awakening Aging Assets" at the CoreNet Global North American Summit in Washington, D.C. "Sleeping Giants" are the vast stock of older, more prosaic buildings which comprise the bulk of our downtown skylines and which, although valuable building assets, have very little of the amenity infrastructure to help them compete as new buildings enter their markets and lure away prime tenants. The National Real Estate Investor recently published a recap of the presentation and interviewed our team members about what will be required for these aging office buildings to remain competitive. Read MoreMore / Asset Repositioning