Voxus loves technology… and dogs.

We also love our neighborhood. A close neighbor to Voxus’s Tacoma headquarters is the iconic Old City Hall building. It’s a massive 125 year-old Italianate-style structure with a striking clock tower and is the most recognized historical property in Tacoma.

Voxus was delighted to learn that our friends at Surge Tacoma, known for its development and renovation of local historic buildings, was selected by the City of Tacoma to enter into negotiations to transform Old City Hall into a dynamic, mixed-use space.

Surge Tacoma is led by long-term Tacoma residents, the Moreno family, and has a proven track record of investing and helping to grow the city’s economic and social development while preserving historic buildings for future generations. Surge Tacoma recently renovated the historic Union Club mansion, located just a few blocks from Old City Hall. Once a meeting place for the town’s elite, the 125 year-old building is now a thriving co-working space contributing to Tacoma’s growing artistic and entrepreneurial communities.

Voxus jumped at the chance to help Surge Tacoma share its story during the Union Club renovations and we are honored to have worked with them again to announce their plans to breathe life back into Tacoma’s Old City Hall.

The proposed plan includes rooftop restaurants, an event area in the clock tower, micro apartments, office and retail space and the creation of over 300 local jobs.

Check out this South Sound Business article to learn more.