treetree to relocate ‘treehouse’ to the Short North

The site of treetree’s new office, The Wood Building in the Short North. Photo courtesy of treetree.

treetree, a niche marketing and communications agency for special projects, has announced it will move its headquarters from its current space in the Arena District to the Short North. The new “treehouse” is expected to be complete by early 2020.

treetree will partner with Andrew Rosenthal at GRA+D, the Columbus-based architecture firm that designed its current office, to create the new space. The agency celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2019, and wants to be fully equipped to take on the next decade of growth and shifting workplace expectations.

“As we celebrate our 10th birthday, we recognize that growing and evolving also means planting ourselves in a space that can do the same,” said Becca Apfelstadt, co-founder and CEO of treetree, in a press release. “We’re building a new treehouse that will be exactly what our clients and the trees need to take us into the next decade.”

The new office will have a multi-functional design that provides opportunity for flexibility, collaboration and creative brainstorming. In addition, treetree will equip the space with media and technology that encourages virtual collaboration and creates opportunities for remote work.

Construction on treetree’s new office at 939 N. High St. is expected to begin in the fall.

“We’re excited to be a part of the Short North community. We’re looking forward to all the ways this new treehouse will allow us to link arms with our clients and build an even stronger team,” said Apfelstadt.

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