By keeping our finger on the pulse of what consumers and tenants want the most, Thiel & Thiel dedicates a large portion of our efforts toward serving the multifamily property client with forward-thinking creativity with an emphasis on maximizing growth ◼
We were tapped to lead the design direction, procurement, and installation of the prospect- and tenant-facing common areas of Inwood Station Apartments, a Dallas-area multifamily complex completed in 2017.
The leasing center in particular is a gem, a spectacular first impression that sets the tone for the rest of the complex's spaces. A variety of colors and textures greet residents and their guests, striking a balance between "bold" and "subtle" ◼
Tenants and guests love the playful nature of this leasing office, sitting at the foot of a gorgeous outdoor pool area. Organic shapes and textures resonate with a very sophisticated and slightly muted color pallet for a balance between youth and class ◼
This leasing office takes advantage of the views afforded by a clearing of tall pine trees in this bustling and growing Atlanta neighborhood. Tenants have a wide variety of multifamily properties to choose from in this area, and Encore stands out in no small part thanks to a leasing office that makes a bold first impression ◼
Bright and punchy with a healthy dose of restraint. That’s how we roll.
This particular leasing space features a feature desk and sculptural wall treatment that grabs attention with immediacy. Also check out the use of that sexy hot pink chair fabric.
A lounge area on the flip side of this leasing space is a good holding facility for drop-ins and established tenants alike, anchored by a giant crescent sofa enjoying television, browsing coffee table books, and hanging out with everybody’s favorite horse lamp ◼