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Empire Office

Hollywood, FL

The Empire Office showroom in Hollywood, Florida is the first of its kind in the state and a template of what’s to come—Empire is looking to Orlando and Tampa for their “next generation showrooms.” Created by Zyscovich’s Anabella Smith and Empire’s Daniel Garcia, Hollywood’s location is not a typical display of desks, chairs and office furniture. Rather, it’s a series of functioning office spaces that incorporate open, shared work spaces to invite interaction and encourage movement. Light, white noise, standing treadmill desks and more intermingle to create environments where staff can work at a highly-efficient level yet actually feel better and more fit at the end of the day. It’s also a productive co-working space that clients and others can use to conduct business when traveling between appointments. More than a showcase for workspaces and office furnishings, it’s the new way to sell office products by allowing clients—even encouraging them—to “test drive” their new office before they buy it. The relocated Florida showroom features 10,000 square feet of space in a convenient location just off I-95 in Hollywood. This bright and expansive working showroom, outfitted with the latest Steelcase products and technology, also features a free-address zone in addition to a number of collaboration areas. Zyscovich changed the way showrooms are perceived and made every square inch of realestate profitable. The back of house became the front of house.

The Empire Office showroom in Hollywood, Florida is the first of its kind in the state and a template of what’s to come—Empire is looking to Orlando and Tampa for their “next generation showrooms.” Created by Zyscovich’s Anabella Smith and Empire’s Daniel Garcia, Hollywood’s location is not a typical display of desks, chairs and office furniture. Rather, it’s a series of functioning office spaces that incorporate open, shared work spaces to invite interaction and encourage movement. Light, white noise, standing treadmill desks and more intermingle to create environments where staff can work at a highly-efficient level yet actually feel better and more fit at the end of the day. It’s also a productive co-working space that clients and others can use to conduct business when traveling between appointments. More than a showcase for workspaces and office furnishings, it’s the new way to sell office products by allowing clients—even encouraging them—to “test drive” their new office before they buy it. The relocated Florida showroom features 10,000 square feet of space in a convenient location just off I-95 in Hollywood. This bright and expansive working showroom, outfitted with the latest Steelcase products and technology, also features a free-address zone in addition to a number of collaboration areas. Zyscovich changed the way showrooms are perceived and made every square inch of realestate profitable. The back of house became the front of house.