But climate concerns made options for the new office limited, said Randy Howder, Gensler’s managing director in San Francisco...When his team toured the second floor of the historic Mills Building at 220 Montgomery Street, which The Swig Company had overhauled to meet LEED Platinum and WELL Health-Safety standards, they knew they had found their new home, Howder said.
The Swig Company, a real estate investment firm with a portfolio of more than nine million square feet of commercial property in markets across the United States, has released its first Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report earlier this year. In the report, the company outlines sustainability initiatives for its portfolio as well as goals for strengthening the experience of its tenants and employees.
Gensler, the global architectural and design firm, announces it has signed a new long-term office lease with The Swig Company at The Mills Building to help meet its 2030 carbon zero goal and support its future of work strategy.
The Swig Company has announced the appointment of Kairee Tann to the position of Senior Vice President, Director of Innovation and Community Impact. She steps into a role currently held by Deborah Boyer who plans to retire at the end of the year.