Boston Consulting Group has opened a new Detroit office in the re-enlivened heart of the city's downtown corridor, The District Detroit.
Building on the success of the BCG Denver and Chicago offices, the global consulting group and Tryba team partnered again to reimagine the future of their workspace in Detroit. The 27,000 SF office occupies the entire second level of a new four-story office building adjacent to Little Caesar's Arena.
A principled design approach captures the essence of the city while fostering a sense of community and connectivity between people, nature and the urban environment. Workstations, conference rooms and integrated plant life are organized around the building's structure and city views. Floor-to-ceiling glass, an abundance of natural light and advanced air circulation and filtration systems contribute to a healthy and collaborative office environment. The new workplace meets BCG's corporate standards while creating a unique experience that reflects the culture of the local office.
“The move to Detroit and the custom floor plan will enhance the workplace environment for our employees and be very well received by our business partners,” says Michelle Andersen, managing director and senior partner of BCG's Detroit practice. “This new space will support our work as we expand our relationships, find new sources of value creation for our clients and give our team the chance to be a part of Detroit's incredible energy.”
Tryba Architects worked closely with the building's developer to ensure all of BCG's office requirements were incorporated during the construction of the base building. The office celebrated its grand opening in June 2021.