Bothner and Bradley to move within Old Town
08/25/2014 12:00 AM
08/25/2014 2:01 PM
Due to the expansion of Health Facilities Group, Bothner and Bradley has to change Old Town addresses. Tami Bradley says that’s not a bad thing, though.
“It’s given us the opportunity to reflect on who we are a little bit.”
Bradley and Vera Bothner founded the communication and consulting firm, which specializes in audience research and issues management, a decade ago.
Eight years ago, they moved to 900 square feet at 142 N. Mosley, which is the same building as River City Brewing.
“It served us well,” Bradley says.
Now they’re moving to 1,100 square feet at Old Town Center at 800 E. First St.
“We love being in Old Town and centrally located, and we’re excited to be able to stay in Old Town,” Bradley says. “We love the feeling down here, being around a lot of creative businesses and people.”
She says she and Bothner can now reflect their brand more through their office.
“We’ve had a little more input into the space.”
The move also gives them a chance to expand their conference room and storage space, both of which Bradley says they’ve needed.
Krista Lowry of J.P. Weigand & Sons and Paul Daemen of Commercial Real Estate Solutions handled the deal.
Bradley says the firm’s new space will be ready Sept. 1.
“It’s a great spot for our clients.”
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