How to Build Bike Friendly Real Estate

Best-in-class bike facilities at 100 California: The transformation of a historic building
With Caroline Johns, Pembroke Real Estate

If you’re designing a building to attract and retain long-term tenants or your company’s own talent, build in the right bike infrastructure now. This applies to new construction and renovation.

Given the strong trend toward active transportation, a building’s End-of-Trip (EOT) facilities, like bike parking, showers and lockers, make all the difference. Bike parking cages are no longer enough for people who want to ride to work and leave their cars at home.

Learn how Pembroke Real Estate transformed a historic highrise in downtown San Francisco into a bike commuter’s paradise.

Watch our Online Bike Forum with Caroline Johns, Senior Project Manager at Pembroke Real Estate and Amy Harcourt, Co-Founder at Bikes Make Life Better, Inc. to see:

  • Why the commitment to EOT
  • What high-end EOT can look like
  • How to successfully plan your own EOT facilities