One Creative Partnership Spreads Lasting Success

March 22, 2017

Kingscott Associates

Albert Einstein said, Creativity is contagious. Pass it on.

For 32 years and counting, business partners Treystar and Kingscott Associates have spread their creativity in Kalamazoo. It's an infection that's reinvigorated buildings and relationships alike.

Together, these partners transformed what once stood as the Schau-Powell, Doubleday and Doyle Buildings, as well as an adjacent lot, into today's Main Street East "a 65,000-square-foot historic building in the heart of downtown Kalamazoo's business and entertainment district. Kingscott, which served as the lead architect on the second phase of the Main Street East development project, remains a client in the revitalized building to this very day.

Kingscott has been around for more than 80 years because we've always believed in the power of people working together to create the extraordinary, said Heather Martin, Chief Operating Officer, Kingscott. Treystar shares our vision of collaboration. We're both committed to not only building creative spaces that stand the test of time, but also developing lasting relationships that fuel mutual success.

Kingscott was an integral partner in helping us turn something old yet historically significant into something modern and well-appointed "while preserving the building's heritage, said Robert Brown, Chairman, Treystar. We're proud of our continued partnership and its collective results.

Along with Kingscott, the Main Street East property is also home to a variety of thriving businesses, including Huntington Bank, Sapa Group, Southwest Michigan First, Marx Moda and several others. The space offers clients flexibility and affordability, as well as beautifully maintained common areas ideal for networking events, comprehensive facility care services, and dedicated parking.

Main Street East has great appeal because it's inviting, striking and historically meaningful, said Fritz Brown, Office Leasing and Development, Treystar. It's close to all the conveniences and attractions of downtown Kalamazoo, too; restaurants, shops, parks, educational resources and more.

Discover more about Main Street East, including available lease space.

Back to 'Treystar News' >