We’re Moving to the Oregon District!

We are looking forward to a terrific 2014 for our clients and our firm. Along those lines, we are excited to announce that we will be moving our offices. After almost four years of working in very tight quarters, we are expanding with an eye toward continued growth.  Effective January 20th, we will be hanging our shingle on East Sixth St. downtown, in the Oregon District, across the street and a 1/2 block east of Jay’s Seafood.

The new space is a great mix of the old and new. The building is from 1896, but on the inside is has a great deal of contemporary flair. Once the dust all settles we will be having an open house to share our new space with you. This move positions C-3 to be able to continue to get better at our craft, add staff as the need arises and should serve us well for years to come. We will be posting some more pictures coming soon!


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