THE T3 STORY

 

A NEW EMERGING
TENANT CLASS

With an active presence in over 200 cities worldwide, Hines is able to track evolving real estate trends and tenant requirements.

Through this vantage point, Hines observed the rapid growth of the creative and technology sector tenants and how these tenants began to challenge the traditional definition of office space.

BUSINESS MEETS
LIFESTYLE & CULTURE

These companies wanted functional offices that echoed their corporate and ecological principles. And they demanded an elevated tenant-driven experience with amenities designed to encourage wellness and collaboration, combined with state-of-the-art technologies.

While brick-and-beam structures provided the character and creative environment that these companies coveted, they lacked the modernity, amenities and infrastructure that modern office buildings provide.

 

 

THE SPIRIT OF THE PAST

Built in the heart of a city’s past, brick-and-beam buildings have a certain quality. Exposed brick walls and well-weathered timber beams hold history and character, while infusing the expansive ceilings and spacious floorplates with authenticity.

This authenticity is what inspired Hines’ T3 vision.

MORE THAN JUST A WORKPLACE

These modern, innovative companies sought spaces that reflected their unique identity, culture and values. No longer was the office a place for the 9-5, but a place where companies could grow their brand and values.

The office also became a key tool in the ongoing struggle to attract and retain top talent.

THE SPIRIT OF THE PAST

Built in the heart of a city’s past, brick-and-beam buildings have a certain quality. Exposed brick walls and well-weathered timber beams hold history and character, while infusing the expansive ceilings and spacious floorplates with authenticity.

This authenticity is what inspired Hines’ T3 vision.

A NEW EMERGING
TENANT CLASS

With an active presence in over 200 cities worldwide, Hines is able to track evolving real estate trends and tenant requirements.

Through this vantage point, Hines observed the rapid growth of the creative and technology sector tenants and how these tenants began to challenge the traditional definition of office space.

MORE THAN JUST A WORKPLACE

These modern, innovative companies sought spaces that reflected their unique identity, culture and values. No longer was the office a place for the 9-5, but a place where companies could grow their brand and values.
The office also became a key tool in the ongoing struggle to attract and retain top talent.

BUSINESS MEETS
LIFESTYLE & CULTURE

These companies wanted functional offices that echoed their corporate and ecological principles. And they demanded an elevated tenant-driven experience with amenities designed to encourage wellness and collaboration, combined with state-of-the-art technologies.
While brick-and-beam structures provided the character and creative environment that these companies coveted, they lacked the modernity, amenities and infrastructure that modern office buildings provide.

 

 

A NEW WORKPLACE
FOR INNOVATION

Motivated by these insights, Hines aspired to create a new workplace. A workplace that embodies the charm of former brick-and-beam construction, while also providing wellness-focused design, leading-edge technologies and a superior amenity platform – all housed within an environmentally responsible structure.


A workplace that reflects the culture that companies so carefully craft and perfectly aligns with their ecological and corporate goals. A workplace that enhances employee lifestyle and health, while remaining connected in every possible way – technologically, collaboratively and locally.

T3 was created.

 

TIMBER

Inspired by brick-and-beam buildings, timber construction recreates the authentic creative energy while limiting its environmental footprint.

 

TALENT

Market-leading amenities enhance productivity, elevate lifestyles and curate a tenant-driven experience that will retain and attract the best in talent.

 

TECHNOLOGY

Revolutionary technological advancements craft a community for innovation, ensuring employees are functioning at the height of their potentials.

 

Listing Team:
 

Jeff Friedman*
Executive Vice President
CBRE Limited

jeff.friedman@cbre.com


 

Chris Vanexan*
Vice President
CBRE Limited

chris.vanexan@cbre.com


 

Elaine Jenkins*
Senior Associate
CBRE Limited

elaine.jenkins@cbre.com

Building &
Media Inquiries:

Iris Munro*
Director, Client Strategy
CBRE Limited

iris.munro@cbre.com

Hines
Contact:

Myles Millard
Director
Hines

myles.millard@hines.com

Listing Team:

Jeff Friedman*
Executive Vice President
CBRE Limited

jeff.friedman@cbre.com

Chris Vanexan*
Vice President
CBRE Limited

chris.vanexan@cbre.com

Elaine Jenkins*
Senior Associate
CBRE Limited

elaine.jenkins@cbre.com

Building &
Media Inquiries:

Iris Munro*
Director, Client Services
CBRE Limited

iris.munro@cbre.com

Hines
Contact:

Myles Millard
Director
Hines

myles.millard@hines.com

*Sales representative

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