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Topic: ServiceMaster

Memphis rising: Can this Mid-South city of 670,000 become the next Austin?

Posted by Katherine Martin on August 16th, 2018

Building Design + Construction - Several LRK projects including Crosstown Concourse, Old Dominick Distillery, The Tennessee Brewery, Chisca on Main, ServiceMaster Headquarters, and the Hickman Building renovation are featured in an article highlighting Memphis' bright future. Read more.

ServiceMaster Headquarters Nears Completion

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on January 2nd, 2018

Commercial Appeal  - Work on ServiceMaster's new corporate headquarters in downtown Memphis is nearing completion with employees scheduled to begin moving in February 19th. The adaptive reuse of the old Peabody Place mall breathes new life into a formerly vacant building. The interior will feature light-filled, collaborative and adaptive work spaces in keeping with current workplace trends. Read more.

ServiceMaster Featured in Real Estate Forum's Best of 2016

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on April 20th, 2017

Real Estate Forum - ServiceMaster’s adaptive reuse of the Peabody Place Mall for their new downtown headquarters is featured in the Best of 2016: Deals, Dealmakers & Placemakers. Read more.

Real Estate Awakening: Memphis office market is becoming more active

Posted by Katherine Martin on November 1st, 2016

The Daily News - When ServiceMaster Global Holdings announced its plans to move into the 328,000 square-foot Peabody Place Mall, other corporations began to set their sights on Downtown Memphis as well. ServiceMaster will bring 1,200 new employees to the Downtown core, benefiting local retail, restaurants and potentially residential offerings. LRK is providing architectural core and shell services for the renovation and prepared initial vision documents to present design possibilities to ServiceMaster, Belz, and the Downtown Memphis Commission. Read more

Transformation of Peabody Place Begins

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on July 7th, 2016

Memphis Business Journal - The Downtown Memphis Commission's Design Review Board approved LRK's plans to add 140 new windows to Peabody Place, demo the Second Street pedestrian sky bridge, as well as paint the brick exterior to transform the former retail center into ServiceMaster's corporate headquarters. Read more.

ServiceMaster Chooses Urban Atmosphere of Downtown Memphis

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on June 3rd, 2016

The Commercial Appeal - It's official. ServiceMaster is moving its headquarters, including 1,200 employees, from East Memphis to Downtown's Peabody Place mall. The long vacant, four-story Peabody Place will be transformed into a 328,000-square-foot collaborative workspace with new technology and innovation center. LRK is excited to be a part of this renovation and will be providing architectural core and shell services. The move is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2017. Read more.

ServiceMaster Works to Make Downtown Plans Reality

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on June 3rd, 2016

Memphis Business Journal –  Robert Gillettte, CEO of ServiceMaster, discusses the reasons behind the company’s decision to renovate long-vacant Peabody Place Mall for their new corporate headquarters. “It’s an interesting thing turning a shopping mall into a business center, but when you see the renderings, it’s going to be a cool place to work,” Gillette said. Although a lot of work remains to be done, ServiceMaster is excited about the opportunity to change the company’s culture by getting 1,200 local employees under one roof. LRK is providing architectural core and shell services for the renovation and prepared vision documents to present design possibilities to ServiceMaster, Belz, and the Downtown Memphis Commission. Read more.