(Reimagine Office Furnishings new showroom featuring a Café/Break Room Design.)
TAMPA, Fla. (November 2, 2017) – Reimagine Office Furnishings (ROF) is pleased to announce the grand opening of its new state-of-the art showroom in Ybor City. The 20,000 square foot facility showcases the latest trends in office furniture designs so clients can see and try out furnishings before they buy them.
ROF is led by the husband-and-wife team of Bill and Joni Adams, who felt the time was right to invest heavily into their business by creating this massive showroom, which they say will be a regional destination for office furniture shoppers.
“Just like everything in our world today, the office furniture industry is moving at light speed,” said Joni Adams the CEO of ROF. “Our new showroom will allow our designers to innovate and help our clients visualize what’s possible with office furniture today.”
Reimagine Office Furnishings represents more than 100 different office furniture companies, and features its own remanufacturing factory. ROF saves clients up to 50-percent off new furniture by remanufacturing brands such as Steelcase, Herman Miller and Haworth furniture. ROF has more than 100,000 square feet of quality furniture in stock, which gives ROF designers the ability to create customized solutions no matter how big the need.
“Many clients come to us wanting to build a more collaborative and less formal office environment,” said Bill Adams, President of ROF. “This is possible now because technology has digitized files and documents, freeing up more space in offices. We find it incredibly exciting to help our clients brainstorm how to better use their space to improve productivity.”
ROF’s new showroom is three miles east of downtown on the corner of Adamo and 39th Street. This location is convenient for clients coming from the Tampa Bay market, Lakeland, Orlando and Southwest Florida.
Lee Winter and John Dunphy of JLL negotiated the new lease for ROF. ROF’s landlord for the new showroom is GLC and is represented by Lisa Ross. The architect of the new space is Bryan Karsky of C&K Architects, and the general contractor was Prodigy Construction, led by Rick Griffin.
About Reimagine Office Furnishings:
ROF started as Refurbished Office Furniture 25 years ago and rebranded earlier this year as Reimagine Office Furnishings. ROF has grown steadily over the years and continues to add larger Bay area and national companies to its client portfolio. ROF employs 110 people in Tampa and was ranked by the Tampa Bay Business Journal as the 40th largest privately held company and 14th largest women-owned company in the Bay area.
For more information, visit http://www.rofinc.net/.