PlanSource chose the 87,952-square-foot historic property because of its unique Victorian-style architectural design and open floor plan, which will allow the company to have its individual office space while working side-by-side with other like-minded, innovative companies. The building features a large, open-air atrium and tenant spaces have storefront-style glass instead of traditional walls to create an active and vibrant work environment. “One of the unique aspects of The Exchange is that it enables tenants like PlanSource to occupy a high-tech space with modern design elements, while the architectural design throughout the building and in its exterior preserves its historical façade,” JLL’s Gray explained. “Our goal is to position The Exchange as the business address of choice for innovative companies including creative and technology firms that will benefit from an open space floor plan and the unique characteristics of the property.” The Exchange was originally constructed in 1988 as an enclosed shopping mall to serve the neighboring community and decades later was partially converted to office space. Today, the building operates approximately 20,000, square feet of retail and 65,000 square feet of office space. In fact, PlanSource’s headquarters will be located where the mall’s food court originally stood within the property. ]]>
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