Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Miami's Airport District is a hub for Class-A real estate

Miami's airport district is in the backyard of the city's international airfield. Like many neighborhoods surrounding major transportation ports, it's a hub for development featuring new hotels and office buildings.

Blue Lagoon Drive is just west of the airport and serves as the watering ground for corporate and commercial real estate.

"Blue Lagoon is one of Miami's 'go-to' submarkets for major corporate users and Fortune 500 companies entering the South Florida region or expanding their presence here," Danet Linares, executive vice president of Blanca Commercial Real Estate, said in a statement.

Waterford Centre is a prime example of the fast-paced growth of the region. The building recently signed a new leasing company and its occupancy rate rose 93 percent. This is a 20 percent increase from the previous year. Four of those new leases sold in Class-A office space, now belonging to Remy Cointreau, McAfee, Whirlpool and Franklin Street.

If your company is making the move to the MIA Airport District, you'll need business furniture to match the affluent style of the neighborhood. Class-A buildings or offices are made from the highest quality materials. Here are a few examples of furniture that matches that profile.

Office workstations

To match the sunny climate of Miami you'll need contemporary workstations. Whether desks are used for your sales force or administrative department, you can customize them to fit your needs. Choose contemporary cubicles that feature partitions, yet don't close off employees from each other. If people will be on the phone more often, you might opt for traditional cubicles workstations that have been upgraded to offer a more comfortable working area. 

Private offices

To serve your executives in their private offices, equip the rooms with traditional wood desks. These durable workstations have matching shelves to provide a well-designed space. Also include plush executive chairs.

Conference rooms

Set up a modernized conference room for company presentations. Install glass walls and doors so the room won't feel cramped. This also gives a more transparent feel to the company culture. Choose a large table that can fit all your guests. The wood styles convey a traditional vibe while the glass versions are a contemporary choice.

Lounge

Set up a lounge so guests have a place to sit while they wait for the meeting to begin. Include comfortable furniture like lounge seating. These chairs and sofas have plush yet firm cushions. Also, be sure to include coffee tables so people have somewhere to rest their beverages and bags.

Want to create a comfortable, collaborative work environment? Visit the Office Furniture Warehouse website to complete your office landscape.

No comments :

Post a Comment