What makes an office? Is it just a place to host your business or is it more than that?
When choosing the space for your business you’re essentially choosing a home for the hopes and growth of that business and when we chose Church Street Market House for our home, we didn’t do so lightly.
Church Street Market House has been a part of the West Chester community since 1880 starting out as a center filled with the bustle of many West Chester businesses—people who were inspired to contribute their hopes and aspirations to a community of like-minded individuals in order to make thriving commerce for their neighbors and for their neighborhood, a tradition we continue today.
In the spirit of those before us, Church Street Market House is where we create our growth and it’s where we’re inspired. We want to provide in the same way those before us have but more importantly, we want to be a part of the community. We want to be a neighbor contributing to West Chester’s history- what better place to do so than making Church Street Market House our home, a location that has been a pillar of its community for more than a century.
Of course, just like a business has to adapt with the times so does its home. Church Street Market House is in the middle of renovation, a renovation that will bring with it a modernization that will cater to the needs of most organizations while also being considerate to its heritage. They’ve asked us to document that progress and we were more than happy to oblige. We’ve captured that progression through film and assorted photography which we’ll share more of soon through both their website and through social media. We’re having a lot of fun collaborating and we can’t wait to show you what that collaboration has produced. There’s a lot to share so please feel free to follow us through our social media channels so you don’t miss any of it!
Church Street Market House has a legacy we’re proud to be a part of. A rich history that provides a strength backed by the people who also made their living within its walls. Combined with its planned future, it will be a continuing part of our legacy as well as the legacy of its community. Being a part of something that big–that’s how one creates something more than just business as usual, that’s where something special is made.