Innovative Office: CBRE LA North

Innovative Office: CBRE LA North

With CBRE serving as the lead tenant, the space showcases their their Global approach to what they call the Workplace of the Future.

Completed in December 2015, the former Masonic Temple, originally opened in 1929, underwent extensive renovations. When the dust settled, Caruso and Gensler transformed the nine-story historic structure into creative office and retail space. With CBRE serving as the lead tenant, the space showcases their approach to Workplace 360, their Global approach to what they call the Workplace of the Future. 

CBRE LA NORTH
LOS ANGELES

 

The Masonic Temple was originally built in 1929

The implementation of stairs across floors encourages congregating and coworking

LOCATION Glendale, CA
SCOPE 25,000 sq. ft.
DESIGN 2 months
CONSTRUCTION 9 months
DEVELOPER Caruso
ARCHITECT Gensler
CBRE EMPLOYEES 125
NOTABLE FEATURES Refurbished 1920s finishings, a double-height space, “glass box” meeting rooms, a 100-percent free-address environment

The open floorplan showcases CBRE’s Workplace 360 approach, ensuring a wide range of space for individual and collaborative work

The implementation of glass in meeting rooms is designed to maximize the space and provide ample views of the office