Minneapolis agency space150 celebrates 4th anniversary
Four years ago today: amidst one of the most troubling economic downturns in recent history, digital marketing agency space150 opened its doors to the Minneapolis business community. Tonight, space150 will open its doors to a national client base, unveiling its newly renovated space in the historic Colonial Warehouse.
The 4th-anniversary open house celebrates space150’s momentum forward, generating digital income for clients. Known for its version upgrades, space150 redesigns its identity every 150 days, proving to its clients the importance of an evolving technological plan.
“We believe strongly in the spirit of evolution. Our expansion into a new space, over twice the original size, reflects this commitment,” said William J. Jurewicz, space150 CEO and Creative Director.
The new space150 offices return the Colonial Warehouse almost to its original form. Over 100 years ago, the Colonial Warehouse was the center of Minneapolis’ public transportation system. Combining three spaces into one, space150’s layout resembles what it looked like in the late 1800s when Thomas Lowry and the original Minneapolis streetcar barons occupied the same space.
“Capturing the energy of the past, both of space150 and the Colonial Warehouse, was essential to our design and development,” said Jurewicz.
The new space150 offices are highlighted by 18-foot tin ceilings, an original walk-in vault, the building’s original arched windows and other historical surprises. The space also features a state-of-the-art usability lab featuring a 2-way mirror and web-streaming capabilities to provide offsite client monitoring of focus group and usability testing.