Since our founding four years ago, we wrote down a list of three core values that would ultimately anchor every decision we made as a growing start-up and continue to make as a scaling studio. These values – to be passionate about our product, meticulous about our craft and wholly dedicated to remaining a strategic right hand – have truly pushed us through the trials of being a young studio in a thriving market (juxtaposed against our Founder’s start in the CRE industry during the height of the recession).Read More
We are over the moon to announce that Nimble. A Design Consultancy was accepted into the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program! Founder + CD, Candice Riley Campbell was one of 65 business owners selected to participate in this year's program. The business accelerator program kicked off this week, and will run through Thanksgiving.Read More
We are proud to announce our move to Lakeside in Sandy Springs. A year of planning and construction in the making, we could not be more proud to now call 5775 Glenridge Drive, Building B, Studio #360 our home. Designed by Nimble.Read More
Today, Nimble. had the great pleasure of speaking with host Stefanie Diaz of the Mastermind your Launch radio show, live on North Fulton Business Radio about our founding story, our progress, and what we've learned along the way.
Listen in to hear more from Nimble. Founder + CD, Candice Riley Campbell.Read More
Nimble. A Design Consultancy, LLC garners top CRE clients Portman Holdings, Stockbridge Capital, KBS, Kim King Associates, with new projects such as Coda, Carriage Works, Crown Pointe and an upcoming mixed-use West Midtown redevelopment.Read More
2017 was a year of tremendous firsts, leaps, and growth for Nimble. Design Co. We entered January on a high, ready to kick off our second year with a dedicated team and a roster of ongoing projects to keep us busy (and traveling!). We’re now ending December with full hearts and a true gratefulness for another year of opportunity. The opportunity to make mistakes, grow from them, teach others, and endlessly pursue a strengthened intersection of brand and place for all to experience.Read More
As 2016 comes to a close, commercial real estate developers and asset managers are trying to predict how to prepare for 2017. While there are a plethora of factors to consider, such as employment rates, office vacancy and market volatility, CRE professionals looking to stay ahead of the curve must not overlook how tenants’ changing needs and priorities will shape the CRE office landscape next year.Read More