Public Sector Consultants to move into 10,000 sq ft downtown space

Starting this summer, Lansing's Public Sector Consultants (PSC) will be closer to the action downtown. The public policy research and program management firm has leased more than 10,000 square feet in the 230 North building, formally the Michigan Dental Association. 
"We looked at a number of places downtown, and we were really excited because basically it was a blank canvas," says President of PSC Peter Pratt. "We liked being all on one floor and having windows everywhere, and we like the idea of starting anew there." 
PSC will move to the third floor of 230 North after 21 years in their W. Saint Joseph St. location. While the new location won't be much larger in terms of square footage, Pratt says the layout of the new space will allow the firm to make better use of the space, including having more open common area and expanded meeting space.
"We have a curved wall in the reception area we want to do something interesting with in the reception area," says Pratt. "It's exciting. It's just going to be sort of a more unified, sort of funky feel."
The new downtown space, which was leased with tenant representation by CBRE|Martin, will also embody PSC's commitment to thriving downtowns. While the office will allow the firm room for growth, Pratt says the 28-person business is focused on slow and steady growth, adding a net gain of two staff members over the past couple of years. 

Source: Peter Pratt, Public Sector Consultants
Writer: Natalie Burg, Development News Editor
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