SFS Architecture has relocated to new office space in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District. We are now occupying the third floor of the historic Creamery Building at 2100 Central Street. A growing studio, a desire to create a more modern workplace and a long-standing commitment to the urban core brought us to this newly repurposed building.
The 5,860 SF space was designed by SFS to foster creativity, collaboration and camaraderie in an open office concept. Bench seating, team huddle spaces and large group meeting rooms work together to create a modern, dynamic and flexible workplace environment. The design draws on the historic features of the space, ample natural lighting and expansive views of the downtown skyline to create a contemporary urban aesthetic. Staff will also enjoy access to the building’s rooftop deck as well as the neighborhood’s eclectic collection of eateries, retailers and art galleries. “We are delighted to be in a space that truly reflects our company’s culture – open, collaborative and energetic,” said Marsha Hoffman, SFS Principal.
The new office will accommodate the firm’s thriving practice. Over the last three years, the firm has experienced a 30% growth in staff