Gerard Lee Architects, is relocating to the design centric neighborhood of Jack London Square in the city of Oakland, California.
A move that will enable GLA to better serve the San Francisco Bay Area, continental America and the Pacific Rim.
Concord, CA, United States, 06/21/2006 –
Gerard Lee Architects is moving to the thriving waterfront neighborhood of Jack London Square, in Oakland, CA. This is in conjunction with their customer satisfaction program initiated to meet the needs of their existing and new clients within the Bay Area and the thriving Pacific Rim economies. This new facility will have two conference rooms, high speed broadband internet access and the same high quality service they have always provided their clients.
While GLA maybe moving out of the City of Concord of which they are long time residents, they remain just as dedicated to the communities of the East Bay. GLA's new location provides easy freeway access to all the cities and communities of the Bay Area and Northern California. Having easy access to two international airports gives them the ability to reach clients in far flung regions of California, USA, Asia and the rest of the world.
A brief glimpse into their new environment: Jack London Square is steeped in history and happens to be located next to the bustling Port of Oakland and a particular favorite of both design firms and artists. Along with a ferry service that connects Oakland with the City of San Francisco, it is located centrally within the San Francisco Bay Area. A bustling commercial center with many restaurants, banquet facilities and convention/meeting facilities, it is connected to the rest of the Bay Area through several freeways like I-880, 980, 580, 80 and 24. BART and Amtrak service Jack London Square and both the Oakland International Airport and SFO are in close proximity.
Gerard Lee Architects selected Jack London Square, to be their new home base because of its easy access and business friendly atmosphere. The neighborhood is undergoing redevelopment and this in many ways reflects new beginnings and the ongoing changes will reinforce their need to “create better communities through sustainable design”.
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