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Creating a whole new office experience.


A personal approach.

The core of our brand is about people. It's about friendly smiles and reaching out to help. It's about remembering names and following up on every request. It's about having fun but being productive. Most importantly, it's about making everyone feel welcomed. It may sound simple, but in reality, it's nothing short of magical.

“Hospitality at Work does an excellent job of communicating. They also keep our building in mint condition.”




Intentional design.

Delightful workplaces don’t happen by accident — they happen by design. Our hospitality experts can turn a ho-hum lobby into a vibrant clubhouse. It can transform an under-used parking lot into a cheerful gathering spot. It can convert an ignored meeting area into a state-of-the-art conference room. Through careful design that incorporates local elements of the surrounding community, we set the stage for the office environment where tenants feel like they belong.


A home for everyone.

Each building has its own vibe with the programs and activities that tenants are asking for. Volunteer drives. Electric bikes. Even notary services. We listen to what you want — and then we make it happen. For the social butterflies, we'll stage lunch time picnics. For the wellness-minded folks, we'll bring in fitness classes. For sports fans, we'll host Super Bowl gatherings. Even in the COVID era, we'll coordinate virtual events that keep tenants connected from their homes.


Starting conversations.

People connecting with people — that's what we call "the network effect." Whether you prefer to connect through a customized app or a face-to-face conversation, we'll make sure communications are seamless and accessible. Need to submit a work order? No problem. Want to reach other tenants? We'll make it happen. Our goal is to make sure you get the information you need, when you need it, and how you need it. We'll even make sure that signage is clear and easy to understand. Because after all, you've got work to do — and a life to live.
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