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CBRE’s Hana Offering to Debut at PwC Tower in Dallas

CBRE Group will launch its first Hana unit at PwC Tower at Park District in Dallas, a new development project by MetLife Investment Management and Trammell Crow. Hana is the services firm’s flexible-space offering for institutional property owners, and was introduced in late 2018.

Known as Hana PwC Tower at Park District, the new unit is expected to open in mid-2019. “Our flexible approach provides owners and employers a plug-and-play solution that enables people and teams to accomplish great things,” said Hana CEO Andrew Kupiec.

Hana’s core offering is Hana Team, which provides private office suites geared toward the needs of high-growth organizations and large corporate users of office space. Each Hana facility also features two other integral offerings: Hana Meet and Hana Share.

Hana Meet provides conference room and event space that can be reserved on an hourly, daily or weekly basis. Hana Share provides traditional co-working space.

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