Here, as in every project we undertake, each detail has been run through our unique filter: for function, delight, and perhaps most importantly, a finely tuned sense of pragmatism that blends old and new, intentionally bucks trendy (and often divisive) workplace concepts, and reflects the spirit of a company dedicated to building better for the everyday person.
Looking back, none of the previous COG spaces really felt like home. The pre-real estate crash location at Lenox Square had a prestigious address but was more than the company needed. The stint sharing space with multifamily icon John Williams and company was convenient and cozy, but short-lived. COG’s first space on Glenridge – a column-filled sub-let with a great location – made for a fitting transitional space. But our new home in suite 200, just a block up the street, has given us a chance to spread out, show off the fruits of our labor, and design a place that feels just right for the way we meet clients and approach work.