Salem, OR, (May 17, 2018) – Studio 3 Architecture, the company behind the Coastline Foot + Ankle Center, Dutch Bros. South Salem, and Rudy’s Steakhouse, is moving to 275 Court Street NE. The firm is relocating to the downtown Salem Anderson Building, a historic building that has been in existence since the 1800’s.
“The new space allows us to not only expand and modernize our office,” said Principal Gene Bolante, “but also to work in a larger and more organized environment. We feel that a spacious, well-lit office with tall windows will be conducive to increased productivity and creativity.”
Historically, the Anderson building has served as a location for a number of different businesses, including a hotel. In 1887 it was called the Starkey/McCully Block. It is the oldest building in the area.
The move will be completed May 21, 2018.
For additional information, contact Caylia Richardson at (503) 390-6500 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Studio 3 Architecture: Established in 2002 by principal architects Gene Bolante and Leonard Lodder. S3A is an architectural company that provides services for a variety of projects from commercial buildings to family housing with a focus on sustainability. 2012 Best of Salem Award in the Architects Category, 2010: Extreme Home Makeover: Home Edition; Oregon School for the Deaf, EarthWise Certified by Marion County, LEED Accredited.