Colliers Makes Move To Collaborative Workspace

Apr 08, 2015 No Comments by

Colliers International Central Florida became the most recent Orlando-area commercial real estate firm to relocate to offices with more collaborative working spaces.

The firm relocated its Orlando office from Thornton Park to offices with 11,340 square feet at 255 South Orange Ave. in downtown Orlando’s Citrus Center. The relocation is in keeping with moves by CBREJLL and Bishop Beale to more open working-space environments during the last two years.

Colliers’ new address includes a mix of private offices, open meeting areas, formal conference rooms, social areas and “nomadic” user plug-ins, according to Lee Arnold, who oversees Colliers offices for Tampa, and Central and Southwest Florida.


“Our new offices are the product of much research, study and anticipation of how professionals will work in the future,” commented Arnold.

Other features: interactive meeting rooms and a café.

The space was designed by Gensler, built out by MacDade Construction and furnished by Empire Office.


Source:  Orlando Sentinel


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