Killer Spaces 2017: A Sneak Peek of the Greatness to Come

Killer Spaces was our favorite new series last year thanks to the amazing offices we showcased in 2016. The series is back in a big way in 2017, and we couldn’t be more excited to show off the up-and-coming spaces. In fact, we aren’t going to wait at all.

Here is a sneak peek at just a few of the amazing offices we have coming in Killer Spaces in 2017.

Underground Elephant | San Diego

Underground Elephant Office-15This 100-person digital marketing company spent three years building out its new new headquarters in a redesigned farmers market in San Diego’s East Village. The 20,000-square-foot, town-like warehouse juxtaposes the history of the building with the future of innovation in the city’s center.

Adobe | New York City

adobe_nyc_office-1This software giant has begun to transform of its offices across the globe, attracting the next generation of creatives to help impact with world with its powerful products. We visited their newest spaces in New York City to get a glimpse into where the world’s most powerful creative tools are made.

MaRS Discovery District | Toronto

MaRS Toronto-Office-4The not-for-profit corporation was founded in 2000 and reached a milestone in 2016, officially reaching capacity of their massive space. Their central Toronto building is home to companies on the cutting edge research in medical, information, communications, engineering, and social innovation.

Shopify Waterloo Kitchener | Waterloo

Shopify-Waterloo -Office-6Shopify has done it again, wowing the industry with their spectacular new office in Kitchener, Ontario. The century-old whiskey distillery is the new home of Shopify Plus—the enterprise arm serving the company’s high-profile clients.

Fuse Integration | San Diego

fuse-integrationThis Small but mighty startup is nestled in San Diego’s emerging Maker’s Quarter. Housed in a graffiti-covered warehouse, founder and former Navy helicopter pilot Sumner Lee and his team build custom software and communications solutions for the U.S. Department of Defense, US Navy, law enforcement, first responders and average consumers.

The Communitech Hub Kitchener | Waterloo

Communitech-Office-21The Communitech Hub is a 50,000 square foot converted textile factory dedicated to world-leading collaboration and innovation. From startups and global brands, to government agencies, academic institutions, tech incubators and accelerators, Communitech is the undisputed center of the booming Kitchener/Waterloo tech community.

HomeAway | Austin

home-away-officeThis Austin wunderkind leveraged the shared economy decades before Uber and AirBnB we on the scene. They recently moved added this 700-person expansion at the Domain in North Austin where a comfy corner is just a few steps away.

Expedia | Vancouver

expedia-officeExpedia’s newest Vancouver space is more than 28,000 square feet, overlooking the Vancouver Harbour and Olympic Cauldron. With that nautical theme in mind the downtown office accommodates more than 150 employees with open concepts workstations, amazing kitchens and topographical map inspired artwork.

Intelex Technologies | Toronto


Intelex’s environment, health and safety platform is a global leader with more than 1000 enterprise clients and over one million users across dozens of industries. Their Toronto teams are kept happy & healthy in their downtown Toronto office where professional development, social clubs and team retreats are core to the Intelex experience–not to mention a rooftop patio.

Capital Factory | Austin

captial-factory-officeAustin’s indisputable hub for innovation, entrepreneurship and acceleration, Capital Factory is at the center of Austin’s downtown core. Boasting a network of more than 50,000 entrepreneurs, programmers and designers, Capital Factory helps companies at any stage to grow.

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