Tom Vecchione is a design director, workplace strategist, and principal with Gensler. He is a recognized expert in the fields of real estate strategy and workplace innovation. Top developers around the world seek out his expertise to help position real estate assets for commercial and retail tenants. Vecchione's work is grounded in a unique understanding of trends that drive real estate decisions for owners and tenants alike, gained from proprietary research findings as well as project experience with international clients. A longtime supporter of both urban design and planning initiatives, Vecchione serves on the boards of The Municipal Art Society, the Center for an Urban Future, and the New York City Landmarks Preservation Foundation. His projects and thought leadership have been featured by prominent media including Fast Company, MSNBC, the New York Times, as well as National Public Radio.
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