How Conventional Offices Can Compete With Shared Workspace Providers, And Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

SmithGroup designed two hotels at the Wharf, a new mixed-use neighborhood in Washington, D.C. © Judy Davis/Hoachlander Davis Photography
  • In honor of next month’s Amenites theme we’re leading today’s round up with a story on a Metropolis Think Tank panel at SmithGroup’s Washington, D.C. office which explored the new amenities that property managers are deploying to retain tenants.
  • Thrive Global says this is the thing that hinders your coworker’s productivity the most.
  • In 1991, back when corporations were still building massive suburban office campuses, Dirk Lohan was retained to design one for Ameritech in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Nearly 30 years later, RE Journals shares how he is revisiting his creation as it transforms into the current ideal of suburban office.
  • From members-only clubs to women-only co-working spaces, the New York Times says there are plenty of private enclaves for Los Angeles locals to choose from in 2019.
  • M-M Properties, the owner of a vintage 1980’s Galleria-area office building in Houston, recently announced plans to spend some $18 million to renovate the aging office tower — and with good reason, reports the Houston Chronicle.
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