Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Whatever Happened with RubinBrown?

Back in late 2000, Clayton-based accounting firm Rubin Brown Gornstein & Co. (Now RubinBrown) announced that it was planning to lease 5,000 sf in Cupples Station Building 9, with an option to take an additional 7,500 sf there in the future. The firm planned on relocating 15 to 20 employees to Cupples Station.

At that point, McCormack Baron was still the developer. Building 9 is now being renovated by BlueUrban to include 54 loft condos, a first floor restaurant and the offices of Osborn & Barr and Adamson Advertising, both of which are relocating from Clayton.

But whatever happened with RubinBrown? Would they still be amenable to opening a downtown office elsewhere? While it would be ideal to have their headquarters downtown, a branch office would be the next best thing.

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