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The #RetroOffice: Some Peanut Butter and a Smoke

March 2015 | by Roy Hirshland

Okay, kids…it’s hard to believe but at one time in the not so distant past, smoking was allowed in the workplace. I remember my first boss at Procter & Gamble; he was an incredible mentor and sales manager. But I have this one distinct memory when he called me into his office and made me […]

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The #RetroOffice: Corporate Food Service

March 2015 | by Roy Hirshland

“What’s the deal with all this free food?” the CEO grumbled to himself as he walked through the company ‘food experience zone.’ Rap music blared in the background. “How many millions am I spending on all this?” wondered the CFO. I remember the days when a cup of crappy coffee and free sugar was thought […]

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The #RetroOffice: Death of the Private Potty

March 2015 | by Roy Hirshland

Those of us in the real estate/workplace business fondly remember a variety of trendy office space designs and office accessories over the years. Many of these are a thing of the past. Gone the way of the fax machine, typewriter and the martini lunch. Once such dead office space amenity is the private executive bathroom. […]

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#SpaceMatters to Postmates

March 2015 | by David Bergeron

What do you get when you bring together the country’s most innovative on-demand delivery platform with smart, forward-thinking real estate strategy? The answer: Postmates’ new headquarters in San Francisco. What’s even better than this incredible new space? T3 is so excited that we were able to bring two of our clients together in this endeavor […]

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Introducing the #RetroOffice Blog Series

March 2015 | by Roy Hirshland

Inspired by the #TBT movement on social media, I am pleased to announce #RetroOffice, a series on office and workplace culture.  I have the benefit AND misfortune of being one of those baby boomers who has seen the evolution of the workplace – the good, the bad and the ugly. I now work for T3 […]

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