Ohio retail architects open Charlotte office

BY Al Urbanski

The company that helped shape this year’s No. 1 Retail Center Experience, Easton Town Center, and that re-imagined The Shops at Worthington mall in Ohio, has set its sights south.

M+A Architects, which have offices in Columbus and Cincinnati, have opened up shop in Charlotte in order to break into new markets.

”With reach to different industries, we’ll be able to expand our expertise beyond the Midwest and allow our firm the opportunity to continue to push boundaries,” said M+A president Mark Daniels.

The firm already has projects in the region. P’Elizabeth Koelker, director of M+A’s Healthcare and Higher Education studio just completed a strategic planning project in North Carolina, and Mixed-Use director Lori Bongiorno is currently managing local projects.


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