Consulting and communications firm announces move to Scott’s Addition
The Frontier Project will take over the old East Coast Freight Lines building on Altamont Avenue.
The Frontier Project, a collection of businesses that works with companies and nonprofits on consulting, training and communications, is moving to Scott’s Addition.
Frontier, which left its Shockoe Bottom “studio” in May and has been operating out of the Gather co-working space in downtown this summer, will move into the former East Coast Freight Lines building at 3005 W. Marshall St. in September.
Ty Toepke, The Frontier Project’s chief growth officer, said the 13,000-square-foot building is more than twice as big as Frontier’s prior office space, which was bursting at the seams as the company grew to 35 employees.
Photo: RVA News/Trevor Dickerson
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