As part of its strategy to engage with tenants both onsite and online, Nuveen Real Estate has rolled out the workplace experience technology Lane at The Gardens at 780 Third Avenue, an office tower in Midtown Manhattan’s Plaza District.
Nuveen’s launch of Lane at the 500,000-square-foot, Class-A office space coincides with a $40 million hospitality- and sustainability-focused renovation. The Lane platform will provide tenants at The Gardens with an all-in-one “remote control” for the workplace —allowing them to do everything from order lunch to book a meeting room to join a yoga class — while giving property managers an effective tool for building-wide communications, access management and operations. In the short term, Lane will serve as a key tool for communicating building procedures and protocols in response to COVID-19.
“Lane’s booking feature will also help Nuveen set up its new flex office and fitness space offerings at The Gardens,” said Clinton J. Robinson, Lane CEO and co-founder.
“780 Third Avenue is in the midst of a capital-intensive redevelopment with improved tenant experience as a major priority,” said Brian Wallick, Director of New York Investments for Nuveen. “We are integrating new amenities such as a coffee bar, sustainability-driven restaurant, and modernized wellness center, in addition to an entirely tenant-focused coworking floor with an option to book private conference rooms.”
Prior to rolling out Lane at The Gardens at 780 this summer, Nuveen launched Lane’s platform at Waterford Business District in Miami, one of the largest corporate office complexes in the southeast U.S., spanning 250 acres and housing more than 100 multinational corporations.