OppLoans selected J.C. Anderson to build-out its new, additional space on the 26th floor, expanding its footprint within the downtown tower; previously, the company only occupied the 33rd floor. Construction included building out the space to create meeting rooms, workstations, huddle rooms, town space, a pantry and other staff support spaces.
The construction team for J.C. Anderson was led by project executive John Angelovich and superintendent Mike Diduch. Eastlake Studio provided the architectural services and Cushman and Wakefield provided project management services.
“We always stress collaboration on our projects, and that is what ultimately got our client everything they wanted while staying within budget,” said Angelovich. “Everyone from Cushman and Wakefield, Eastlake Studio, Kent, OppLoans, and our team stepped up to the plate and did their part. The team came together to provide a multitude of pricing options for our client so it could make important cost decisions early, which ultimately helped them to hit their budget.”
Founded in 2012, OppLoans is a fintech platform that serves middle income, credit challenged consumers. The company has ranked as an Inc. 500 company for four straight years.