Lion Forge Labs will be leaving its long-time offices in the Dogtown neighborhood this summer. Lion Forge Labs and Lion Forge Animation have entered a new lease in the Downtown West building called The Martin Building.
“I am thrilled to have played tour guide to the Labs team as we explored our exciting new creative space in the Martin Building on East Locust Street,” Chip Schafer, President of Labs, said in a statement.
“We are excited to be joining some of the most progressive marketing and design firms in the area and look forward to being in a St. Louis’ creative district. You can find Lion Forge Labs in our new home sometime in late September.”
The Martin building is part of the Jefferson Connector project which is designed to offer access to residents from downtown west to people who live in work in Midtown alley. The Martin is a state-of-the-art, wellness-focused building that offers large meeting spaces, bike racks, lounge, kitchen, and smart technology and more, making it the area’s first Fitwel-certified building. Built 1914, the building was originally named The Mendenhall building, where some of the first Ford Model T’s where sold acting as a Ford dealership.
“As our company expands, the Martin building will become an important hub of creative content creation in the Midwest, and we are excited to be at the center of it all.” Says Carl Reed, Chief Creative Officer of Polarity and Lion Forge Labs.
Lion Forge Labs is a creative service agency that is focused on innovative storytelling for businesses, consumers, and non-profits brands. We release comics, graphic novels, and animation to consumers through broadcast, new media and retail that can provide measurable results. We’re constantly learning how to connect with a variety of audiences, creating leading-edge content that helps build brand awareness and solving complex ideas.