Fig Industries Moves to Duke Street

by Rebecca Fowler

At Fig Industries, we believe that powerful design and creative communication can transform and revitalize businesses and communities. And now, the team is excited to apply its creative thinking in a brand-new studio space in Lancaster City’s Old Town Neighborhood; 103 South Duke Street.

“It’s a perfect next step for Fig Industries,” said Creative Director and Owner Deb Brandt. “It gives us even more opportunity to create an exceptional brand experience for our clients and be an asset to the community.”

This historical building has roots as a maker’s space since the 1800s—ranging from publishing to architecture. Now, Fig Industries looks to continue utilizing this space to publish local, community-driven content to showcase the City of Lancaster while also creating design work for clients. And the team is excited to be part of something even bigger.

“What better way to show our continuing commitment and belief in Lancaster’s progress than investing in the City we love,” added Deb.

Fig Industries contracted with various local companies to help finalize the new space and ensure that it would be conducive for collaborative design and creative communication.

Want to experience the office for yourself? You’re invited to visit the building at the Fig Industries open house on Lancaster’s First Friday, July 7. From 5pm to 8pm feel free to stop in, tour the space, and enjoy light refreshments while chatting with the Fig team.

At Fig Industries, we are excited to continue our dedication to exceptional brand design and to continue our mission to lift up independent businesses in the City of Lancaster and beyond.

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