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Holdrege Design to open new office in Binghamton

BINGHAMTON — Holdrege Design of Binghamton Monday announced it has plans to move into the newly renovated Lackawanna Train Station at 45 Lewis St. in Binghamton.

Holdrege Design, a creative studio that specializes in branding, identity, surface design, packaging, and website design, will move into its new space in October, the agency said in a news release.

Ewelina Zajac-Holdrege, owner of Holdrege Design, decided to move her design practice into the space after learning that the new office spaces were available at the train station.

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“We work with many regional and international businesses to create strong brands, and by moving into this space we’ll position ourselves to connect with even more area businesses to help them grow,” Zajac-Holdrege said in the news release.

Holdrege Design has a client base that ranges from firms in the manufacturing and industrial sectors to those in the education and wellness fields, the company said.

“By opening an office in the historic Lackawanna Train Station, we are paying homage to the history of the city while looking forward to playing a role in re-energizing the economy,” Zajac-Holdrege said.

Holdrege Design will participate in the building’s formal opening this fall and will host its own grand opening in conjunction with the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce at a future date, the company said.

 

Contact Reinhardt at ereinhardt@cnybj.com

 

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