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Trozzolo adds to downtown Kansas City office space

Trozzolo Communications Group has renovated the top floor of its downtown Kansas City location in the Nelkin-Piper building to accommodate a growing staff.
Trozzolo Communications Group has renovated the top floor of its downtown Kansas City location in the Nelkin-Piper building to accommodate a growing staff. Thompson Photography

Trozzolo Communications Group has redeveloped the fourth floor of its four-story historic office building in downtown Kansas City to handle staff growth.

Angelo Trozzolo, CEO of the marketing and public relations firm, said the firm’s creative and digital teams are moving into the renovated top floor at 811 Wyandotte St., the former Nelkin-Piper building.

The firm has grown from 60 employees last year to 66 now, with plans to soon reach 72, Trozzolo said. The building now can accommodate 90 workers, he said.

Renovations and furnishings cost about $400,000, and the growth qualified the firm for an income tax incentive from the state of Missouri, Trozzolo said.

The company spent about $3 million in 2010-2011 for its initial extensive renovation of the vacant former warehouse building, which was bought for $1 million.

Diane Stafford, stafford@kcstar.com

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