Swim — a collective of thinkers, tacticians and artists that build brands through collaboration, insight and hard work — today announced a move to new, expanded office space at 310 East Superior Street in center of the Historic Arts and Theater District (HART) in downtown Duluth.
The Historic Arts and Theater District was dedicated in the fall of 2015, with the goal of highlighting and supporting the visual, culinary and performing arts. Stretching from Lake Avenue to 9th Avenue East, and incorporating both Superior and Michigan Streets, it’s home to restaurants, artist storefronts and theaters, including the recently restored Norshor Theatre. And it has also been home to Swim Creative, who spent seven years at 415 East Superior Street.
But recent company growth and the addition of several new hires meant that the Swim team was bursting at the seams of their old office space. And, while they could’ve relocated anywhere in the city, their heart belonged to the HART.
“Continuing to be a part of the HART District is important to us,” said Patrice Bradley, Swim’s founder, CEO and Creative Director. “We are a team of creative people, and being connected to the beating heart of our city’s creative community inspires, educates and motivates us.”
“There’s craft beer here, interactive escape rooms, artisan coffee, print publications, and so much more,” said Bradley. “These blocks are about celebrating creativity in all the forms it can take. And with the inventive, intelligent and artistic work our team turns out daily, we’re thrilled we can continue to say that the HART is where our home is.”
As Swim settles into its new space, it invites the community to drop by to witness its incredible Lake Superior views.
“If you end up feeling like you never want to leave we’ll understand,” Bradley said.
Swim was founded on a commitment to telling the truth, they use whip-smart strategy to turn ideas into creative that empowers, inspires and transforms. When strategy and creativity sync: you Swim.