I decided to start a new trend, #FeatureFriday! Every Friday, I will highlight a premier listing or interesting deal. For my first #FeatureFriday, I want to show you Spring Lake Business Center. Call me today to set up a tour, this property is leasing quickly!
Spring Lake Business Center
Spring Lake Business Center is one of Jacksonville’s most beautiful corporate campuses with eight professional buildings located just off I-95 & Baymeadows Road. This business center offers many office space configurations and is in a beautiful natural setting surrounded by a Spring-fed lake, walking paths, and a putting green. It is conveniently located between I-95 & Phillips highway with easy access to shopping, hotels, restaurants and other amenities.
- Spaces from 1,000 sf to 16,000 sf
- Beautiful Park Setting
- Rates: $16.50 sf Full Service!
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The unemployment rate is so low right now and finding the best talent is hard to find. Your workspace can be one of the reasons someone chooses to work for your company. Top producers and the best talent want to be treated as Rockstars these days.
Everyone has heard about Google’s offices, but lots of other companies are jumping at the chance to be the coolest office in their city. Lately, I’ve had several clients tell me they want to recruit the best and want their office to be better than their competitor.
Below is a link to Virgin’s website where they have an entire section devoted to “Spaces and Places”. I found these articles extremely interesting and hope you do to!
Let me know if you need my help finding the coolest office in Jax!
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While collaboration and social collisions have been emphasized in workplace design over the past few years, the pendulum is swinging back toward a place where introverts can shine with plenty of quiet corners, furry friends and do-it-yourself office design.
“We have reached a saturation point,” Gensler head of design Phillipe Pare said. “It is very hard for us to really relax.” Workplace designers are now highlighting quiet “thinking spaces” where workers can get away from the hustle and bustle of a busy office, with quiet, tech-free areas where laptops, phones and interruptions are not allowed. Designated “relax areas” are also cropping up, Pare said, which might feature a massage chair and aromatherapy.
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