Real estate firm Brookfield Properties is launching a new platform that will provide tenants with access to numerous D.C.-area buildings.
This new model hopes to connect tenants across the company’s portfolio through events such as happy hours and workshops.
Currently, there are 13 participating buildings spread across the D.C., two in Maryland, and three in Northern Virginia.
“We draw a lot of inspiration from those open-door [concepts] and being able to create the networks and have our tenants get out and create the convenience for them and the flexibility that you see in a coworking platform,” said Brookfield Marketing Director Megan McNamara. “We want to continue to find ways we can innovate in our traditional office experience.”
The model has not expanded to Brookfield’s entire D.C. portfolio and buildings that are fully occupied by the government will not participate.