Office Provider Takes New Green Office Space

March 24, 2011 / Elizabeth Buckley, Commercial Property Analyst

The provider of offices, meeting rooms, virtual offices and network access — Corporate Office Centers is now going green as its newly set office space in an office tower with LEED Gold in Uptown Dallas. The Corporate Office Center’s office space, according to a report, has occupied the entire seventh floor of Park Seventeen, a class AA mixed-use development.

Office Provider Takes New Green Office Space

Inline with green office spaces, a commercial office space and C. W. Brown headquarters has recently received the LEED Platinum Certification from the USGBC. Among the green innovation integrated in the office building includes a photovoltaic solar system, low-plumbing equipment, and others.

The Arlington, Texas-based office space provider’s new location in Uptown Dallas is developed by Granite Properties. According to the report, the new office location is the company’s first Gold LEED certified center on its portfolio.

Offering the Dallas business community with a cost-effective option to the usual office space leases, the company’s new office location can accommodate up to 50 workstations within a 24 to 36 hour turnaround period, the report said.

In a statement, the president of Corporate Office Centers, Thad Pittman said the company’s new office space in Park Seventeen is ready and open for business, and will certainly become one of its flagship office centers.

Located in the center of Uptown Dallas, Park Seventeen offers parking lots, fitness center, landscaped amenity deck, and an outdoor pool.

The company’s new office space includes four conference rooms, virtual offices, day offices for the general public, and two collaboration rooms, plus easy access to the Dallas North Tollway, Central Business District, and to a variety restaurants, entertainment centers, boutiques, and shops within walking distance.

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