CORT Case Studies
CORT's Furniture as a Service Model provides the highest flexibility, lowest risk, smallest initial investment, and quickest speed to market option.
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Andy Roddick Foundation
With staff expansions in the summer and an annual fundraising gala in the spring, the Andy Roddick Foundation needed a multi-solution furniture provider.
Austin's premiere coworking space for up-and-coming startups is growing – fast! With a brand new floor of coworking space, Capital Factory needed a flexible way to provide quality furniture to entrepreneurs.
With plans to expand into new markets and add options in existing markets, Stay Alfred, an urban vacation rental company that offers fully furnished units, needed to streamline their furnishing process.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
With a world-class post-doctoral research fellowship, St. Jude needed the furniture to match its reputation.
Home Star Staging
As Home Star Staging grew, the need for a reliable furniture partner increased as well. The owner turned to CORT to deliver quality service, stylish furniture and a customized solution that allowed her time to focus on the everyday and the bigger picture.
Prairie Pointe Student Living
Trying to gain new residents in a competitive student rental market, Prairie Pointe needed an edge to attract students to its brand new facilities.
This apartment community needed to increase units leased along the backside of their 22-story building. They called CORT to get the job done, fast.
Florida Atlantic University
When Florida Atlantic University needed a new look for its student common areas, CORT had the answer.
With outdated furniture and a new school year quickly approaching, Carleton College wanted to update faculty housing furnishings to mirror the college’s high-quality education and reputation.
Georgetown University was ready to revamp their staff housing program and ensure that furniture remained in good condition year after year. Creative thinking and collaboration with CORT sparked a new furniture rental program for live-in staff.
As the largest non-profit hospital network in Miami transitioned to a new cancer treatment and research center, they turned to CORT to furnish swing spaces across the 370,000 square foot expansion.
Lakes Region Community College
With growing automotive technology programs attracting more and more students, LRCC recognized a need among its students for campus-based housing.
DisperSol needed furniture while growing their startup, but didn't want to invest significant upfront capital. That's where CORT came in to help.
CORT worked with a multi-billion dollar engineering firm to help the firm as it navigated new acquisitions.
Financial Services Firm
CORT provided furniture and space planning for a financial services firm to help them quickly capitalize on growth in four key markets.