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Freestyle Creative Purchases Downtown Building, Moves From 15-Year Location in Moore

The marketing agency acquired the building in December 2022 and will move in the coming months.

Freestyle Creative, a marketing, advertising and branding agency, will be moving to a two-story office building in Oklahoma City’s Central Business District after completing the acquisition of 301 N Harvey Ave. in December 2022.

Since its founding in 2007, Freestyle Creative has had offices off Broadway Avenue in Moore. The agency’s upcoming move downtown will accommodate its growing staff and create a conducive environment to further expand business opportunities.

“For over 15 years, Freestyle’s results-driven approach has delivered creative and innovative marketing solutions to Oklahoma businesses of all sizes,” said Chairman and CEO Vahid Farzaneh. “By officing in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, we will be even better equipped to serve clients and accommodate our growing team. We’re thrilled for this next chapter, and I’m looking forward to furthering the firm’s impact in the city and beyond.”

Freestyle purchased the 11,495-square-foot office building from a law firm, which will continue to hold offices in the building on the second floor. Freestyle will utilize the first-floor space and plans to later renovate the basement space — which includes access to the OKC Underground. Freestyle will partner with a local architecture firm to design and build out a basement space that compliments its creative marketing needs.

“Given Freestyle’s significant growth and expansion in services over the past few years, we recognized that the best place for our agency to prosper is downtown,” said President Kelley Gann. “Our staff is excited about the creative opportunities the new space offers and looks forward to expanding our reach in the Oklahoma market. We’re grateful for our trusted clients and talented team members — they have been the catalyst of Freestyle’s forward momentum.”

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