Front Street is pleased to announce our most recent closings within the Innovation Square and Downtown Gainesville submarkets. Downtown Gainesville, especially Innovation Square, has seen tremendous activity this year. Several companies have expanded their presence, while other businesses have continued to relocate operations to the area.
CurtCo Robb Media and Office Environments have both expanded and relocated to larger spaces within Innovation Square. CurtCo Robb Media, which relocated to the 241 Innovation Square building, publishes the Robb Report and related luxury consumer guides. Office Environments has expanded their footprint in Innovation Square, relocating to 237 Innovation Square. Office Environments, a Herman Miller Certified Dealer Partner, was founded in 1991 and their commitment to healthcare has remained unchanged; with their experience and vast product offering, Office Environments continues to be a leader in the field.
New businesses in Innovation Square include Parisleaf, Seventh Compass, and Loss Prevention Research Council. Parisleaf, opening shop at 107 Innovation Square, is a hometown, globally-minded design and printing firm. Parisleaf specializes in branding and graphic design, websites, and uses Earth-friendly printing processes. Seventh Compass has relocated to 417 Innovation Square from the Segal Building. Seventh Compass is the creator of Agile Applications which provides a direct function and value to users. Loss Prevention Research Center recently moved into 305 Innovation Square. The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) uses fact-based research to develop crime and loss control solutions that improve the performance of its members and the industry.
Downtown Gainesville has also experienced significant leasing velocity. Study Edge and JVC Media have both created a presence in the area. Study Edge has relocated to the Wells Fargo Tower at 104 North Main Street. Study Edge offers live review sessions, video content and study guides specific to the professor; ultimately increasing a students’ understanding of course material and exam performance. JVC Media, an independently owned and locally operated radio broadcast and entertainment company, will move their headquarters to The Continuum. Run by local broadcasters, JVC’s commitment is to bring fun, exciting, local radio and live events back to its listeners and clients.
Front Street wishes all these great companies the best of luck in their new locations! Click here for more Front Street news.