Posts Tagged ‘offices’

At Work: 30 Lines grows, moves to new space Downtown

At Work: 30 Lines grows, moves to new space Downtown
Mike Whaling, president of 30 Lines Co-working spaces are a great thing to get your business going. Or even when your business is growing. But there may eventually come a time when you need to find a new space all your own. After working out of Qwirk for about four years, Mike Whaling, owner and president...
April 16th, 2013 | At Work | Read More

At Work: Modern and sleek space in the Short North

At Work: Modern and sleek space in the Short North
It took a little time, but Brett Kaufman found a great office space for his business, Kaufman Development, and he found it just where he wanted to be – in the Short North. “I had looked all over downtown,” says Kaufman. His company had previously been at Easton but was outgrowing the...
August 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More

At Work: Cement Marketing’s new space on Gay Street

At Work: Cement Marketing’s new space on Gay Street
It’s been just a little over a year since we spoke to Alaina Shearer and toured Cement Marketing’s space. Now, the company has found a new home on the second floor of 15 E. Gay St. and its staff couldn’t be happier. (To the right is a picture for the postcard project the company did...
May 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More

At Work: Big Red Rooster fills Engine House No. 5

At Work: Big Red Rooster fills Engine House No. 5
If you reminisce about the restaurant Engine House No. 5, at 121 Thurman Ave., you are not alone. Although the restaurant has been closed since 1993, when the owner, Chuck Muer, and his wife, Betty, were lost at sea, many do not realize it is no longer a restaurant. The interior of Engine House No. 5...
April 16th, 2012 | At Work | Read More

At Work: Spacejunk Media’s space allows for easy collaboration

At Work: Spacejunk Media’s space allows for easy collaboration
When Spacejunk Media moved from their Clintonville offices in 2009 to their current space Downtown at Third and Hickory, they tripled the size of their space – from 1800 square feet to about 5400. They have also grown their staff and are now up to 17 people. Custom painting in the lobby “When...
July 15th, 2011 | At Work | Read More

ECDI Finds a New Home that Includes Food Incubator Space

ECDI Finds a New Home that Includes Food Incubator Space
The Economic and Community Development Institute in Columbus is scheduled to move into new offices Oct. 1. ECDI will trade its current offices at 475 E. Mound St. for a renovated two-story schoolhouse at 1655 Old Leonard Ave. “We’re excited about our new place and feel like it is a huge step...
September 6th, 2010 | Announcements | Read More