At first glance, it’s easy to see why Dixon Schwabl’s office space on Moseley Road qualifies as one of the coolest in the Rochester area — the slide in the lobby, a koi pond in the front area and bright colors throughout.
The marketing firm, which has a second location in Buffalo, moved into the Victor location in 2002 and expanded in 2016.
The latest expansion included a new kitchen, additional bathrooms, a “creative cloud” on the third floor, a “crystal palace” workspace and a bright new conference room named Incite.
Lauren Dixon and Mike Schwabl listened to their team when it came time for the expansion, and asked what they wanted to see in the new space.
The 100-person Dixon Schwabl team has been working remotely since March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but a return-to-work plan is slowly being implemented. In response to the pandemic, the leadership team has added several safety precautions, but they won’t reduce the coolness of the office space.
The staff helped name all of the conference rooms at Dixon Schwabl. They include: The Creative Cloud; the Crystal Palace; and Incite.
And the bathrooms filled with MacKenzie-Childs décor are some of the coolest you will ever see.
Community is one of Dixon Schwabl’s core values. Pre-pandemic, Dixon Schwabl’s conference rooms were available to any nonprofit organization that would like to have a board meeting, or any off-site meeting, and were in need of a meeting space.