Team Office Welcomes Nica’s 320 to the Crossroads Arts District

We love working in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District. When we moved here in 2001, we were a little ahead of the dozens of small businesses and art galleries that now call the Crossroads home. 

The Crossroads is a perfect fit for Team Office because of the sense of community that’s shared by all the residents and businesses. It’s an eclectic area with older buildings and everyone just seems to be a little friendlier and more relaxed down here. The members of this community go out of their way to support Crossroads businesses which is something I don’t think you’ll find in every area of the Metro. The Crossroads has great energy which makes it a really fun place to work and play. 

We love sharing this area with our clients and friends. If you’ve never visited Team Office before, I’d like to invite you to do so soon and you now have another good excuse to come see us. On Monday, August 8, Nica’s 320 will open its doors. Nica’s building is connected to the Team Office showroom. 

We’re not only excited to get new neighbors, but we’re also looking forward to having another great new place to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. Phil and Bryan have been working hard on remodeling the space (the old Shiraz building) and we hear it’s very cool inside. The 8’ projection screen should come in handy during the basketball season! 

Kansas City has a real gem in the Crossroads Arts District. There’s not another place quite like it in the area. Stop by and see us soon and we’ll show you around.

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