Warren Corporate Center

Warren, NJ
Warren Corporate Center

Warren Corporate Center includes five, four-story Class A office buildings on 176 acres totaling approx. 832,000 SF. The new proposed amenity building, housing a cafeteria, workspace, lounge, fitness center and basketball court would be located in the middle of the campus on an existing open space. The concept looks to Capitalize on a central location by nestling the building into the existing slope. Preservation of views and re-purposing green space for the existing buildings was a key driving force for initial planning.  Creating strong indoor-outdoor connections through transparency and the push and pull of building forms encourages visitors to wander into the building and explore the green roof plaza and views inside and out. While acting as the hub for a centralized shared campus bicycle program, the amenity building will also provide access to water features, an amphitheater, and walking trails throughout. 

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