Tishman Speyer Contributes to a Work Balance at the Rockefeller Center
Known for owning and managing many landmarks in New York City, Tishman Speyer has set a cultural tone for many workplaces in New York City. One of those locations includes Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan. Among the many amenities that Tishman Speyer has introduced in the historical building, each contributes to the “New York” lifestyle. For a city that runs on hard work and efficiency, business owners are recognizing that they need to provide resources for their employees to balance their work and lifestyle. Some of the services Tishman Speyer is offering to tenants and their employees includes back-up childcare services, travel planning services, corporate catering and meal delivery, a fitness center and spa, as well as many others.
This initiative is called “Zo”. In various cultures, “Zo” means combining form. It is Tishman Speyer’s goal to provide diverse services to a diverse work force. Rockefeller Center is much more than the buildings, it is the people. Among the many reasons why the landmark is great, the people are what complete the Center’s dynamic place in the heart of midtown.
“Your commute is hectic. Your deadline is approaching. Step back from stress with yoga and meditation to help balance work and a healthy lifestyle”.
“From manicures to styling, Zo’s personal and salon services make your free time free”.
“Not enough time? You can still eat something delicious—and healthy. Fast, fresh and direct to your office, food service by Savory offers options for one or fifty when you need it”.
“From health plans to travel services, Zo points you in the right direction”.
“When the unexpected happens, Zo is here to help with health, wellness and back-up childcare”.
“Zo has the perfect space with meeting rooms, executive offices and collaborative areas available”.
For more information about the Rockefeller “Zo” services, visit the following link https://findyourzo.com/.
The Seated Ballerina at Rockefeller Center
This newly built visual attraction is by artist Jeff Koon’s, a Pennsylvania born popular culture artist. The piece is beautiful at first glance but has a much more significant meaning. Larger than life physically, it symbolizes the goddess Venus who stands for beauty and connectivity. Koon’s mythological choice was purposeful to bring awareness to National Missing Children’s Month in May. The ballerina is also representative of a child’s toy. You can view the installation at Rockefeller Center through July 17th, 2017.