Westword Looks to the Future From New Offices in the Dodge Building

Westword Looks to the Future From New Offices in the Dodge Building

When Westword decided to leave its home of twenty years, publisher Scott Tobias looked all over the Golden Triangle. But when he saw the historic Dodge Building at 13th and Lincoln, he knew the landmark that got its start a century ago as a car dealership was the perfect fit for a media company on the move. "It was a great blank canvas for us to continue our transformation as an organization," he recalls, a place where the past and present could be incorporated into a headquarters for the future. Take a look...


When Westword decided to leave its home of twenty years, publisher Scott Tobias looked all over the Golden Triangle. But when he saw the historic Dodge Building at 13th and Lincoln, he knew the landmark that got its start a century ago as a car dealership was the perfect fit for a media company on the move. "It was a great blank canvas for us to continue our transformation as an organization," he recalls, a place where the past and present could be incorporated into a headquarters for the future. Take a look...
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