Sensory Interactive has completed the move of its headquarters from Baltimore, Maryland, to Washington, DC. The new office is located at 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, in the historic Evening Star building.
Completed in 1900, the Evening Star Building was the home of the Evening Star Newspaper Company from 1900 to 1959. Designed by the noted architectural firm of Marsh & Peter, the building is an excellent example of the Beaux-Arts style popular at the turn of the century.
The Washington, DC, headquarters is home to the company’s corporate functions, along with a team of project managers. Sensory Interactive President and CEO Randy Byrd and other members of the headquarters team coordinate the work of Sensory Interactive offices across the U.S., as well as directly overseeing the company’s East Coast projects.
These regional projects have included the development of promotional platforms, digital out-of-home displays, and interactive environments for landmarks such as Capital One Arena, Nationals Ballpark, CEB Tower, and most of the company’s Times Square projects, including the recently completed lobby at 3 Bryant Park for Salesforce.
In addition to the new Washington, DC, headquarters, Sensory Interactive has offices in Austin, Boston, Dallas, and New York City with a total of more than 40 employees. These include designers, architects, technologists, digital content creators, revenue strategists, project managers, and operational experts involved in the evaluation, planning, launch, commissioning, and operation of dynamic environments that generate revenue and connect brands to audiences around the world.