450 Maple contributes to an up-and-coming district of former warehouse and light industrial buildings reimagined as high-tech office space.
This time brick had to think “inside the box” to provide the amenities start-ups desire while staying within the city’s zoning restrictions for office space. The design knits together three smaller mis-matched buildings and uses the areas where the buildings seam together to best advantage; brand new indoor/outdoor spaces.
left: With a refreshed facade and an industrial-chic interior, 450 maple offers 8,500 square feet of rentable area while remaining within the city’s zoning limits for commerical office.
Spread out and (productively) relax! Cleverly created spaces give tenants the amenities they crave—and stay within the city’s square footage cap on office.
The main workspace offers high-tech functionality and room to grow. To the right of the frame, barrel-vaulted ceiling meets steel butler ceiling to create a new interior-outdoor space. NanaWalls on three sides allows work to flow seamlessly outdoors. It’s also a great spot for an all-hands meeting. Or a barbecue.