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JLL Houston Headquarters

Houston, Texas

HOK designed the interiors of JLL Houston’s new headquarters in a Class-AA luxury building in the Galleria district. The project, which consolidated over 450 employees and 20 business lines into a unified workspace on the top three floors of the building, reinforces JLL’s leadership in workplace innovation and sustainability.

The design aims to support return-to-work strategies and promote employee well-being by creating a space that gives JLL’s employees balance, choice and control over daily work settings.

A central stairway, bathed in natural light and offering panoramic views, connects all three floors. This feature stair fosters transparency and encourages cross-departmental interaction and walking, aligning with JLL’s culture of collaboration and well-being.

Workstations and private offices incorporate extra distancing by strategically using storage towers and cabinets. Additionally, spacious breakrooms offer ample space for safe employee gatherings.

The headquarters includes a wellness room, a technology room, hospitality-style seating areas, and height-adjustable desks. The building, which is near residential and retail outlets, also offers easy walkability to the River Oaks District and Highland Village.

Sustainability is integral to the design. The project has earned LEED Gold and WELL Platinum certifications. In partnership with JLL’s Energy and Sustainability Services team, HOK adhered to rigorous environmental standards, including air quality, lighting, acoustics and thermal performance. The headquarters is projected to save over 180,000 gallons of water annually, reduce energy consumption by 25% and cut landfill waste by 75%.

HOK’s team provided  interior design, interior architecture and structural engineering services.

WELL Platinum
82,000 sq. ft. / 7,620 sq. m.
REDnews Real Estate – Best Interior Design Finalist
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