TSAO Design Group opened its doors to workers in need of Wi-Fi and air conditioning after Hurricane Irma knocked out power and cable lines across the region. Jason Hagopian, principal at Tsao Design Group in Miami, sent out an email blast last week to about 4,000 friends and colleagues, inviting them to use TSAO’s office. “We have power, WIFI, water and parking,” the email read. “Our office never lost power. We felt like we were miraculously operational." A few took advantage of the offer. Hagopian opened up two conference spaces and some desks for clients and colleagues, some of whom typically work from home.
TSAO, an architecture and interior design firm based in San Francisco and Miami, was up and running only a couple of days after the storm because it has two internet providers, one of which never went out of service. The office is located near Miami’s Upper East Side and Belle Meade neighborhoods at 7636 NE 4th Court.
See article, "Out of an office due to Hurricane Irma? Some companies open their doors," published on The Real Deal website.