Integrated marketing agency, Jajo, announces it’s making the move to an office within the Old Town district.
After occupying its current downtown location for the better part of a decade, the company is moving on to a warehouse-style space of over 5,500 square feet. Nearly twice the amount of space as its current office, the new building offers ample room to continue growth of the 16-person staff in coming years.
“Old Town embodies the place to be when your business is building unique brand experiences,” said Steve Randa, Jajo founder and Managing Partner of the St. Louis office. “The new location environment will be fresh and iconic all at the same time, which is how we like to approach our work.”
Located at 131 N. Rock Island, the first of four historical W. S. Grant Buildings, constructed in 1906, began its existence as a produce warehouse, though many may recognize it as the former Finns Lounge or Torre’s Pizzeria. With significant changes to the interior, the space is being remodeled, while maintaining its historic integrity and industrial flair.
“We wanted to be able to create a space that will help embellish the culture of Jajo,” said Managing Partner, Shawn Stuckey. “The great thing about our new space is you cannot replicate it today. We love the character, history and architecture the Old Town buildings offer.”
Transition to the new location will be complete by January 2016.