It is no secret that the nature of work has changed significantly over the last decade, and with it, the office environment. The design of JLL’s new Mid-Atlantic headquarters in Washington, DC needed to reflect those changes as well as our own unique goals and ambitions.
Screens throughout the office share news, culture updates and events.
Bench-style seating is just one of many individual workstation options you'll find in our new space.
Open workstations are another type of individual workspaces and the most popular in our space.
Throughout the space you'll find communal lounges for casual meetings or catching up with colleagues.
Our DC Connection
Dupont Circle, a popular place to get our morning coffee, connects us to the city of Washington, DC.
Maggie O'Neill "Capitol Pop"
JLL DC commissioned local artist Maggie O'Neill to do 5 unique pieces of art for the new space.
Rolled Construction Art
Maggie's piece decorating this lounge area is made entirely of rolled construction drawings.
Pops of JLL Red
As you step off the elevator, you know you've arrived at JLL!
Each meeting room throughout the space was designed to cater to a particular meeting style and purpose.
Maggie's painting of Union Station adorns the Union Station conference room. All conference and meeting rooms are named after DC neighborhoods.
11th Floor Lobby
Our dedicated concierge team greets visitors and clients in our open lobby.
Our in-house cafe is named after Mackey's Public House, a local spot that used to be a favorite among JLL-ers when we were in our old location at 1801 K Street.
Our in-house barista serves custom coffee drinks, smoothies and more throughout the day.
A Nod to DC
The tables in the cafeteria show our connection to DC.
To achieve everything that we wanted to accomplish, we followed a design philosophy of “Workplace: showplace,” an approach that looks at our office as so much more than a place to work. With the support and guidance from our partners at Hickok Cole, we designed our space to take our business to the next level. Our space creates a community for our clients and guests and invites them to be part of the action. And, most importantly, our space now tells our story. Although we are part of the JLL global brand, we live and work in Washington, DC. Throughout our space you’ll find nods to our local community, nods to our people and nods to our brand.
You can read more about this design philosophy here and more about our entire process at jll.com/DCstory. We invite you to take a look and learn how your business can achieve workplace ambitions.