My employer recently unveiled a new collaborative work space, called Target Plaza Commons on Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis. An extension of the Great Hall, there are plenty of places to meet with coworkers at the library tables or leather club chairs, or even take a break with a game of life-sized chess, bean bags, bocce ball, hoops, ping pong or foosball.

The buildings, which date to the 1920s and 1930s, were designed and reconstructed in a way that incorporates some history of the previous tenants, like an old tile mosaic from a shoe repair shop and even part of the sign from Let It Be Records. It’s pretty cool.