Danbury’s office remodels, which have been booming since 2014, are bringing back some of the office spaces that once housed a small team of designers.
A large chunk of the renovated buildings is being used as offices for a new startup called ArtWorks.
The company will operate a full-service office remodelling firm.
Its CEO and co-founder, Paul Cramer, said the company is looking to replace the space that once held the designers that created the space, including those who helped design the office of former Gov.
He said the office renovation is aimed at making sure the firm has enough space to create a portfolio of new projects, and he wants the space to be a place where designers, graphic designers, and artists can gather to collaborate on new designs.
The renovated office space is currently filled with about 200 offices, including some that have been vacant for years.
The company’s goal is to have space for more than 1,000.
The new space is expected to cost between $30 million and $40 million to renovate.
It is expected that the firm will hire about 20 to 30 employees.
It was in the early stages of construction when the firm announced it had secured a $3 million loan from the Connecticut Bankers Association, said Cramer.
ArtWorks was founded by Cramer and his wife, Linda, who both worked in Connecticut politics.
They decided to focus on offices rather than offices in retail or retail sales because they wanted to be closer to their home, Cramer said.
“We wanted to have our own office and not be associated with another company,” he said.
He described the new office as being designed by a “modern, well-known architect” who has been in the office space business for decades.
The space is in the former office of the former governor.
The project will involve a large number of design changes to the office and office lobby.
Artworks is hoping to open its office in 2019.