Oden Moves Into Adapted and Preserved Historic Building
Memphis, TN | 25 May 2018
Oden, a Memphis-based, B2B marketing communications firm, has moved into their new office space at 158 Vance, the preserved and adapted former Columbia Pictures building on the border of downtown’s South Main historic district.
The company purchased the 77-year-old vacant commercial printing facility in early 2017 and has since completed a top-to-bottom renovation to transform the historic property to suit the needs of the 35+ team members’ office use.
The new space was designed to enhance the company’s ability to serve their clients, team members, and community. With the installation of advanced technology, the new building includes office space and a parking garage, and features an open-concept plan to foster greater collaboration.
The building occupies a prominent intersection at the corner of Vance and BB King, just south of FedExForum. With numerous other retail, commercial, and residential projects either underway or opening soon, the development comes at an exciting time for the area.
“We are confident in and passionate about the future of our downtown,” says Bill Carkeet, Oden principal and CEO. “Together with the new shops, restaurants, and housing, we look forward to being part of a new era for this historic area.”
Oden is an expert business-to-business marketing communications firm. Based in Memphis, Tenn., Oden provides marketing, branding, and design solutions to help clients navigate the unique complexities of B2B. The firm has 35+ employees and works with FORTUNE 1,000 corporations and mid-size businesses including FedEx, ABB, Hilton, International Paper, and the PGA TOUR. Visit oden.com.