From Richmond BizSense: A year after leaving Shockoe Bottom for the Boulevard, a local production studio is rolling in its new space near The Diamond. Park Group has finished remodeling its studio behind the Cort Furniture retail building at 1207-B N. Boulevard, where it moved and expanded its Shockoe Bottom facility to make way for an apartment project there.
The studio moved into the 15,000-square-foot space a year ago and immediately started filming spots for clients such as Geico and Walmart, said Stacy Murphy, president and executive producer of Park Group and sister company Juicy Films. Construction and remodeling continued during that time but has finished inside, added founder and CEO Dave Trownsell.
“One thing left for us to do is to finish the outside, add some curb appeal,” said Trownsell, who hinted at signage and other ideas in the works that he said would help the studio stand out among its neighbors in the burgeoning Boulevard corridor.
“I want this to be a fixture here in Scott’s Addition,” he said of the building. “It’s such an up-and-coming area, and there’s so many restaurants and resources for our clients when they’re here. We couldn’t have asked for anything better.” Read the rest of the story, here.
Park Group joins a growing community of production houses, design studios, web design, and graphics creation in the Boulevard-Scott’s Addition area, including Richmond Sign & Design, AlphaGraphics, Pro Printing, Richmond Design Studio, Boulevard Creative, Studio Center, Sound of Music Recording Studios and 903 Creative. Scott’s Addition continues its influx of creative minds!