We Moved (Again)! Announcing the New Home of MSPC
By Amanda Welshons | December 2, 2021
MSP Communications has a new address, and we’re excited to show off our new digs. Here’s why.
As of Oct. 18, MSP Communications—including MSPC and Cities Media Group (publisher of Mpls.St.Paul and Twin Cities Business magazines)—has a new address near the up-and-coming Prospect Park neighborhood:
953 Westgate Drive, Suite 107
St. Paul, MN 55114
This office is special. It’s the first time we’re not located in Minneapolis—though we’re just outside the city border—and it’s the first time we’ve owned our building. That gave our leaders the opportunity to carefully craft each detail of the workspace just for us and the future of our work.
Our agency’s working model will remain hybrid, giving employees the flexibility to visit when and how we want: for collaborative meetings, as a shift in the home-office routine, or as an excuse to lunch at the nearby Malcolm Yards food hall. (I can’t wait to have Wrecktangle Pizza again!)
When summer hits, I look forward to collaborating with colleagues before walking to grab a pint at Surly Brewing or a cocktail at O’Shaughnessy Distilling Co.
I do miss downtown, and I’m nostalgic about the buzz of the Nicollet Mall Farmers Market and the summer food truck scene that parked along the streets of our former office. Luckily, our agency’s new home is a block away from the light rail, making visits to our fave haunts along the Green Line quick and easy.
This Badger would never be excited about the Gophers, but we’re a few stops away from U of M campus life, too. And I can see the many positives of being closer to the bright minds that may grace our office one day.
As we navigate the evolving work world with our clients, we look forward to in-person gatherings and meetings at the new space.* We know you’ll love it!
Read more about our new office from Twin Cities Business. Photographs by Caitlin Abrams.
*All MSP Communications employees and visitors are required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19.