R&R Partners is packing up its 29th-story office for an abandoned warehouse a few blocks south. Goodbye Valley views and covered parking. Hello late-night visits from the undead in a haunted warehouse! Needless to say, the move was hard to digest at first. So I did what any logical man would have done: I fled the country for two weeks.Read More›
Historic buildings deserve to be repaired in a manner that honors the original character and native materials. That’s what we’re doing.
-Marty Ball, CCBG Architects
One of the goals for our historic warehouse renovation is to celebrate the building’s concrete foundations, which have a unique wood-grain-texture surface, as well as the building’s 12-inch-thick brick walls. Both materials are exposed inside and out. While solid and durable in appearance, they’re actually quite fragile and must be treated with caution.Read More›
After beginning my internship at R&R Partners, I was assigned a task unlike anything I’ve done before. Instead of pitching stories to the media or creating social media content (typical PR intern work) I was tasked to rummage through newly discovered artifacts from the 1930s found in R&R’s warehouse to piece together the story these documents tell.Read More›
The warehouse represents so much more than just a new building for us.
It’s a chance to refresh history.
-Matt Silverman, VP & Managing Director, Phoenix