Architecture firm expands downtown office
An architecture firm has expanded its presence downtown.
TowerPinkster, which also provides engineering and interior design services, said last month it extended its Grand Rapids office, at 4 Fulton St. E, to include the south side of the first floor.
When TowerPinkster first moved into the Junior Achievement building in 2013, the firm occupied one side of the building’s second floor.
Within a few years, TowerPinkster occupied the entire second floor.
The firm said the expansion to the first floor was part of a three-year strategic plan.
“We have opened the first-level suite in an effort to continue the vision of the company to strengthen the firm and its presence in the Grand Rapids community,” said Bjorn Green, president and CEO, TowerPinkster.
Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss is happy with the firm’s activation of a Division Avenue storefront.
“I want to thank TowerPinkster for really re-imagining this space, which sat empty for so long and bringing it back to life,” Bliss said. I’m so excited to see that they are growing and doing so much incredible work in this community.”
Grand Rapids-based Pioneer Construction provided contracting services for the project.
Grand Rapids-based Interphase Interiors and Haworth provided furniture and office equipment.