Streetsense Party On The Plaza
Debuting their new office headquarters in downtown Bethesda
Streetsense, a multidisciplinary design and strategy firm, hosted a new office grand opening in style, throwing a bash called 'Party On The Plaza' to debut their new office headquarters in downtown Bethesda. The open floor plan office was transformed into a swanky event venue last night where the company hosted over 300 guests.
Chef Erik Bruner-Yang, showed off a hidden talent by guest DJ-ing the event, providing the musical backdrop while guests mingled throughout the space, meandering past the retail storefront-inspired Partner offices, mural-donned architectural library, and sleek conference rooms. The fare included Fall-inspired cocktails by Derek Brown and J.P. Fetherston and delectable bites from Chef Mike Isabella.
Pleasant Pop in hand, many of the guests tried out Google Glass for the first time with an interactive demonstration from Dito. Montgomery County Executive, Ike Leggett was in attendance and presented a certificate to Streetsense on behalf of the Office of the County Executive recognizing the expansion of Streetsense within the county and their placement on the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies. The company hopes to host many more events, designing the office to include 1,200 square feet of open space for everything from retail pop-ups to community meetings to chic evening soirees.