Office developments

Our development pipeline spans more than six million square feet of premier office projects in major urban markets. Our development approach is driven by our desire to create innovative, sustainable and unparalleled properties that are flexible and adaptive to the needs of today’s workforce. We have a storied history and strong track record of identifying, creating and developing prime office properties that offer premium investment returns.

The Gilbert

The Gilbert / One Lackington are being developed as extensive shared work and social space, which will celebrate the eccentricities of the original building. Although focused on the working lifestyles of the present day, the building has a story to tell. Designed as a private members club by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1930, he also designed national landmarks the Tate Modern, Liverpool Cathedral, St Pancras Hotel, Battersea Power Station and the iconic red telephone box. The Gilbert / One Lackington occupies a prominent position on Finsbury Square and is close to both Moorgate and Liverpool Street Stations, both of which will benefit from the delivery of Crossrail. The major refurbishment of the property is planned to be completed in 2021.

Two Manhattan West

Two Manhattan West is a 58-story, 1.9-million-square-foot office tower rising on the southeast corner of the Manhattan West site in the heart of midtown Manhattan. It is the second of two new office buildings built at the site and will be the complex’s final development component. One Manhattan West, which opened in October 2019, is headquarters of a number of world-class tenants. The mixed-use Manhattan West development stretches from Ninth to Tenth Avenues between 31st and 33rd Streets. It features over six million square feet of Class-A office space, 844 luxury rental residences at The Eugene, and the Pendry Manhattan West boutique hotel. More than 200,000 square feet of dynamic retail amenities will bring together high-end, experiential shops and innovative culinary concepts and a landscaped, two-acre public plaza will be enlivened with public art and events by Arts Brookfield, Brookfield Properties’ award-winning arts and entertainment program.

Bay Adelaide North

Bay Adelaide North is the third and final tower in the Bay Adelaide Centre complex in downtown Toronto. It is unique in that it features large podium floors and a rooftop patio opportunity. Currently, the Bay Adelaide Centre, comprises two AAA office towers and ancillary retail, and totals over two-million square feet.

660 Fifth Avenue

660 Fifth Avenue (formerly 666 Fifth Avenue) is a progressive 39-story office building, offering 1.25M sq ft of commercial space, undergoing a $400M redevelopment. The stunning new façade will be reclad in 11x19 ft single-pane glass units, making them the largest ever used on a redevelopment in New York City. A brand new lobby, evelators and upgraded infrastructure makes 660 Fifth Avenue the clear choice for business.

415 Natoma

A 648,000-square-foot Class A office building, 415 Natoma Street, is scheduled to open in late 2021 as part of Brookfield Properties’ 5M mixed-use development in the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco. The building includes retail and ground floor uses, with a collection of retailers and restaurants curated to fit the neighborhood. 5M is the city's first private project to localize affordable housing on-site, within the same block and in the immediate neighborhood. Approximately 49,000-square-feet of parks, rooftop gardens, play areas and open space will offer daily programming to include community arts and cultural events and more. Two historic buildings, the Camelline and the Dempster Building (a former printing house), will both be repurposed as signature features on the site.