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  • Global Gateway Shinagawa

    Pickard Chilton recently completed the master plan and concept design for the Global Gateway Shinagawa, the redevelopment of the northern portion of Tokyo’s Shinagawa Station. Phase 1 of the development was recently reviewed by the Council on National Strategic Special Zones and certified by Prime Minister Shinzō Abe. Initial phases are expected to be completed by 2024.

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise Corporate Campus

    Under construction with completion scheduled for spring 2022, HPE’s new corporate campus consists of two five-story high-performance buildings joined by a glass bridge connector at each level for easy accessibility and connectivity. Designed to excite HPE team members, the bright and vibrant workspace features design elements and world class amenities that bring HPE teams closer together to further inspire innovation and their culture.

    Within the HPE corporate campus, in addition to laboratory and Class-A office space, amenities include a fitness center, café, kitchen, and a health center. A large landscaped central courtyard features a multi-use basketball pavilion, fitness/yoga lawn, water feature, outdoor tables, seating and games, and a large greenspace lawn. HPE's main conference center will offer access to a large green roof terrace. Structured parking accommodates 2,055 cars.

    The primary location for core research and development, the HPE corporate campus was designed to support customer engagement, sales operations, supply chain, and other global functions for the company, including finance, human resources, and marketing.

  • 300 Colorado

    Building on Cousin’s rich legacy of developing premier properties in downtown Austin, 300 Colorado represents its next-generation office tower. Sited on a prominent downtown block, the 32-story, 432-foot tower comprises 17 floors of Class A office space atop a 13-story parking podium with one floor of amenity space and a two-story restaurant. In one of the largest leases ever in downtown Austin, Parsley Energy has pre-leased most of the building.

  • Google Cambridge Headquarters

    To accommodate Google’s continued growth, 3 Cambridge Center, an existing four-story commercial office and retail building, is being redeveloped to serve as 325 Main, Google’s next-generation work environment in the heart of Kendall Square. The high-performance design comprises approximately 375,000 gsf of new office space on sixteen floors as well as 42,000 gsf of retail at the lower levels

  • Norfolk Southern Headquarters

    Located on a three-acre site near Technology Square in Midtown Atlanta, Norfolk Southern’s new high-performance headquarters has been designed as an efficient, next-generation urban campus that reimagines the employee work environment and experience.

    Composed of two office towers, the complex is unified by a five-story campus-style hub that serves as a destination for employees to work and socialize. The hub also features multiple roof terraces as well as parking for 2000 cars. The entire development is clad in a high-performance enclosure with floor-to-ceiling glass to maximize daylight and views.

    On-site employee amenities include a vibrant on-site dining facility, an adjacent rooftop garden and private greenspace, a comprehensive fitness center, state-of-the-art conference and training facilities, on-site childcare, and a variety of workspaces to serve employees’ diverse needs while fostering interaction and collaboration. At the corner of West Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue, an outdoor public entry plaza welcomes both employees and the public. Occupancy for the project is expected in 2021.

  • Avocet Tower

    Centrally located at 7373 Wisconsin Avenue, Avocet Tower is a new mixed-use, transit-oriented development comprising nearly 400,000 gsf of Class-A office space, a 220-key hotel, and above- and below-grade parking. One of Downtown Bethesda’s most anticipated developments, the trophy office and hotel project capitalizes on the new Sector Plan, including the right to develop up to 250 feet in height, to create a timeless and elegant design that will transform the Bethesda skyline while enhancing this prominent urban site.

  • One Worldcenter

    110 10th has been designed to serve as a highly visible gateway to the Miami Worldcenter development. The 45-story tower includes a podium with high-street retail space and an integral parking garage. Part of the podium will feature a soccer field that doubles as a green roof. The top of the elegantly-proportioned tower will offer spectacular views of Miami and the waterfront.

  • Y2

    Envisioned as an integrated and human-scaled urban community, the Y2 Project (Yaesu 2-Chome North District Category-I Urban Redevelopment Project) is a 3.3 million square foot high-rise mixed-use development comprising office space, a luxury hotel and an elementary school atop a retail podium and a below-grade transportation hub.