PineBridge Investments Offices – New York City

Firm
  • Client PineBridge Investments,
  • size 57,333 sqft
  • Year 2019
  • Location New York City, New York, United States,
  • Industry Financial / Investments,
  • Spector Group recently unveiled the office design for global asset management company, PineBridge Investments, located in New York City, New York.

    A 57,333 square-foot space encompassing three floors at the coveted Park Avenue Tower, the vertical campus has a smart office design and look and feel that combines an open work environment, private meeting spaces, conference rooms, and a centralized bistro and reception area designed for fluid client interaction and overall collaboration.

    Spector Group worked on the project from the start and vetted various full-floor and vertical office space options. The decision to relocate to a three-floor campus was made to give a large, growing international company a more intimate and modern work atmosphere. To balance that with the need for future employee growth, the design strategy incorporated elements of workplace occupancy and strategy analytics to provide flexibility for the company to expand in the future.

    Central to the design was the concept of a vertical campus, reimagining the idea of open office collaboration by creating a central spinal staircase connecting all three floors. Through this feature, Spector Group were able to avoid some of the typical concerns around open-plan design, such as privacy, and instead allow greater connectivity between the floors, fostering camaraderie and collaboration between teams.

    PineBridge’s new offices have bright, illuminated spaces complemented by a mix of neutral, porcelain stone, walnut wood and glass dividers, with the final product energizing a space that now fits a growing international firm. The design blended soft color palettes and semi-neutral tones, which combined with the cutting-edge technology installed in the working spaces, underscores history of the firm as a global asset manager with a theme of modernization and future growth.

    Design: Spector Group
    Photography: Ben Gancsos