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SAN DIEGO-Technology companies that have redefined the office sector with the introduction of creative office space are continuing to break new ground within the sector, say speakers on the panel “How Technology is Changing the Workplace and Cities,” which took place during the ULI Spring Meeting here last week. Innovators of open floor plans and collaborative space to facilitate productivity are taking it further with work rooms that hold 3,000 employees; campuses that supply employees with everything from free meals to on-site health centers and transportation services to dry cleaning; and wellness programs that address workers’ physical and emotional health.

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