Team CBD is excited to be the first tenants of the new CorTen building at Market & Douglas. You can read a snippet from the Wichita Eagle article below or follow the link to read the entire article originally published on July 15, 2015.
Former Merrill Lynch building to transform into CorTen by Carrie Rengers, The Wichita Eagle
CBD, as the design firm bills itself, will take 3,400 square feet, which is almost all of the first floor.
Currently, the business is in Eyster and Ramsey’s Zelman Lofts at the northeast corner of Douglas and St. Francis.
“We are moving because we have outgrown our current space,” says Cassandra Bryan, creative director for the full-service creative agency. “We absolutely love our location. There’s just nowhere to go.”
There are eight full-time staff members in two open areas, so that means a lot of phone calls and meetings overlapping one another.
“We have to be very strategic about our scheduling, let’s put it that way,” Cassandra says.
At the CorTen space, Cassandra says, she’s been able to design her own floor plan with a couple of meeting spaces, a full kitchen and a private office for herself.
She says she likes that she’ll still have brick on her floors and walls along with high ceilings.
Also, Cassandra says her staff will be able to grow in the space. She says she’s hiring an account manager “so that I can somewhat clone myself.” She plans to add another person or two in the coming year.
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