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The coolest offices in New Jersey (slideshow) Welcome to the future: Sleek design, cool furniture, neat extras are just part of the modern office

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Coyne PR offers its employees a putting green which is backed by a mural of a fairway at Knoll Golf Club in Boonton.
Coyne PR offers its employees a putting green which is backed by a mural of a fairway at Knoll Golf Club in Boonton. - (Photo / )
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Coyne PR offers its employees a putting green which is backed by a mural of a fairway at Knoll Golf Club in Boonton. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Free treats and toys are offered to employees whenever they want at Coyne PR in Parsippany. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) One of the two kitchen areas at Coyne PR where happy hours and client lunches are served. They also are the scenes of different culinary competitions. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Coyne PR in Parsippany is a breeding ground for friendly competition. A pool table is just one of the many games found among the work space. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Coyne PR in Parsippany moved into its current space three years ago. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Awards are displayed on a cabinet in a break room at Coyne PR in Parsippany. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The "Zen Den", outfitted with three oversized massage chairs and a flat-screen TV at Coyne PR in Parsippany. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Florham Park-based law firm Sherman Wells Sylvester & Stamelman recently invested in photographic prints from legendary photography Bob Gruen, who just happens to be a client of the firm. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Cowerks in Asbury Park features wrought iron, high ceilings and high-contrast furniture and fixings. The company spent 60 percent of its starting capital on design. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The superhero-themed conference rooms comprise the core of the office with its views of the Hudson River at Jet.com's office in Hoboken. - (Photo / JET.COM) Reclaimed lumber surfaces the wall of a private phone room next to a breakout area at Jet.com in Hoboken. - (Photo / JET.COM) Employees collaborate in one of the private rooms outfitted with funky wallpaper, plush carpeting and a back-painted glass wall to write on at Jet.com in Hoboken. - (Photo / JET.COM) An office space covered in organized sticky notes is outfitted with plush seating. - (Photo / JET.COM) Exposed plumbing, polished concrete floors, and a pop of brightly-colored seating adds to the industrial vibe of Jet.com in Hoboken. - (Photo / JET.COM) Morristown-based Smith Design Associates' commercial kitchen features a modern design, filled with top-of-the-line appliances for use by the firm’s stylists and photographers. It also includes a large island that seats eight comfortably for product tastings and consumer research contrasts. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Sawtooth Group advertising agency in Red Bank opts for a sense of community at its office. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Teltech in South Amboy offers its employees an open-floor-plan office. It is also complete with an on-site exercise room, bunks for long hours and a personal chef who cooks lunch for the office of 35 employees. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The lounge at Teltech in South Amboy is outfitted with funky chairs, a comfortable couch and even a few hookahs. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) At Grey Sky Films, employees are encouraged to make their workspace an extension of themselves. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) "The Beach" meeting room at Grey Sky Films boasts a tropical beach mural and teal picnic table for client meetings and impromptu happy hours. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) An arcade game, pingpong table and a television are a few ways employees can unwind at Grey Sky Films in Rockaway. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Grey Sky Films' women's bathroom is bright pink with an Audrey Hepburn-inspired design. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Grey Sky Films' men's bathroom walls are covered in old show fliers and record album covers. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Grey Sky Films Co-Founder Chris Vaglio in his office, decorated to his liking. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Audible in Newark features an open concept. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) At Audible in Newark employees can lounge anywhere to get their work done. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Anthony Sylvester, left, founding partner, and Arjun Shah, associate, work in offices of the same size at Sherman Wells Sylvester & Stamelman LLP. The four partners work in spaces the same size as the office occupied by the youngest attorney on staff. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The former Montclair-based Christian Science church, now Hillside Square, has been renovated for office use. Pictured is a meeting room for use by all tenants. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The tasting room at Mason's Cellar in Rutherford. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) An old bank vault is used to house expensive wines and liquors at Mason's Cellar in Rutherford. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The Rise Cafe at CBRE's new office in East Brunswick is designed like a residential kitchen. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) A desk with a walking treadmill at CBRE's office in Saddle Brook. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Conference rooms should be comfortable, not just practical. This photo was taken at CBRE. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Standing desks are the wave of today, not just the future. Every employee's work station at CBRE in Saddle Brook has an electric adjustable height desk. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Hackensack-based Pashman Stein partners believes their open floor plan provides an element of self-selecting recruitment. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) At Hackensack-based Pashman Stein, an open-door policy actually means its attorneys have no doors on their offices. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) Some architectural details still remain in Sionas Architure's new offices in Montclair, such as the 20-foot walnut arch that can be seen at the end of the hall. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The office space of Phoenix Technology Partners in Montclair, designed by Sionas Architecture, boasts a steel staircase that wraps around an original marble column. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The offices of Kaufman Zita Group are in the former West Trenton train station. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON) The train tracks can be seen from a conference room window at Kaufman Zita Group in West Trenton. - (Photo / AARON HOUSTON)

 

Where do you work?

Where do you want to work?

How does a putting green sound?

Or a pool table?

Or swinging chairs?

Or a game room, or a TV room, a yoga studio or just a relaxation room?

Does your office measure up?

Take a look at the slideshow above at just some of the cool places people in New Jersey work.

Call it a sneak peek at how some New Jersey companies have turned their work spaces into offices of the future.

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