Justin McClure Creative Moving to Old Town


Justin McClure Creative Moving to Old Town to Accommodate Growth
Wichita Business Journal - Emily Behlmann
April 9, 2013

Justin McClure Creative, a creative and motion graphics business, needs more room, says Caleb McNary, director of operations. The six-employee business is leaving its Delano district space at 575 W. Douglas for a new space in Old Town, at 121 N. Mead, Suite 104.

The 4,000-square-foot space is located behind the Wichita Business Journal’s offices. Old Town developer Dave Burk owns the building.

McNary says it's more than twice the size of Justin McClure Creative’s existing office. The extra room will help accommodate expected future growth, he says, and will allow the company to install a green screen and other components it needs to shoot video in-house.

Founder Justin McClure says he expects to move in sometime this summer after a few renovations.

Renovations include the addition of meeting and conference rooms and some walls, because the existing space is wide open, McNary says. It previously housed Naked City magazine and its gallery space. Key Construction is doing the work.

Marty Gilchrist and Leisa Lowry of J.P. Weigand & Sons. Inc. worked on the deal.

Justin McClure Creative does graphic design, motion graphics and other work for clients ranging from local nonprofits to national TV stations, including Syfy and Discovery.

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