Announcing Boxer Workstyle $1.9 Million Renovation at 2323 South Voss in Houston


HOUSTON (July 22, 2015) – Boxer Property is expanding Boxer Workstyle to Houston’s Galleria area as property renovations begin at Cotter Voss Tower at 2323 South Voss Road, a six-story office building with approximately 78,522 square feet.

Extensive interior and exterior renovations will be done to the Galleria-area office property to establish more stream lined finishes and new amenities to the property. The entire first floor will be renovated to include Boxer Workstyle collaborative  suites which provides small businesses access to a variety of shared amenities including open area guest Wi-Fi access, huddle spaces, a coffee bar, open lounge space, and conference rooms.

Boxer Workstyle is configured in a way that meets the needs of small businesses that enjoy officing in an upscale collaborative environment with the opportunity to interact with other like-minded professionals along with the privacy of their own small office. This new Workstyle space is approximately 11,000 square feet and brings Boxer Workstyle to 15 Houston area locations and over 500,000 total square feet of Workstyle designed space.

Making the Workplace Community-Centric with Style

“We wanted to create a space with modern colors from nature with finishes and textures that would open up the space as well as encourage business interaction.” said, John Barone, Boxer Property Designer. “Everyone can get four walls and a desk, but we wanted to take it up a notch and make a more impactful area, driving the workplace to become both attractive and functional”

The open area atrium will include polished concrete flooring and glass railings to create a more open feeling. A multi-floor steel art installation will be incorporated into the space as well as whimsical artwork and sculptures throughout the coworking and collaborative areas. The color scheme adds to the rich modern feel with earthy, forest colors throughout the building, with pops of color utilizing carpeting, textured paneling, and accents of blue-gray, mossy green, and deep greys. Indirect lighting will be updated throughout the common areas establishing more appealing aesthetics.

Exterior updates include improving visibility to the street with a new monument sign, new landscaping throughout the parking area with lush greeneries and accessible, welllit concrete walkways throughout the parking area making access to the building easier.

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