Architecture / Space Planning

Colliers International Offices – Toronto

by CoyDavidson on November 27, 2017

The Office of the Future: Colliers Makes the Move
The Office of the Future – Colliers International Modernizes its Toronto Downtown Office

Colliers International decided it was time to move and modernize its Toronto office after spending over 25 years at its old location, choosing Brookfield Place, at 181 Bay Street, as its new home.

Workplace strategy historically was about properly maintaining facilities, controlling occupancy costs and providing the right volume of space for business operations. Today workplace strategy is more complex as businesses need to create workplaces that attract the best talent, adjust to shifting workforce demographics and promote employee well-being while staying ahead of new demands and new technologies. And all of this must be accomplished while containing costs in an increasingly competitive recruitment and retention landscape.

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