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PhishLabs Announces Plans for New Headquarters

Posted by John LaCour on Nov 25, '15

Raven Cliff Co.’s urban-renewal project to be home to leading provider of cybersecurity services

PhishLabs Pacific Box and Crate Plaza Rendering.pngIt is with great excitement that PhishLabs announces plans to relocate headquarters from Beaufain Street in downtown Charleston, SC to a new project under development by Raven Cliff Co.

In February of 2015, after two successful years in the Charleston Digital Corridor, we moved into office space on Beaufain Street to accommodate accelerated growth. This year we were honored to be recognized in the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. after reporting 376 percent three-year revenue growth.  Another great accomplishment that we are proud of this year is being named the fastest-growing tech company in SC Biz News’ Roaring Twenties list of small businesses. We have grown from 40 employees to 73 in under a year, putting us at capacity in the Beaufain office. 

Raven Cliff has been so instrumental in the explosive tech growth movement in Charleston, which makes them a great partner for our new headquarters. Our continued growth is a testament to PhishLabs’ unique methodology which empowers our clients to fight back against cybercrime for protection of their employees and customers. 

Raven Cliff has been investing in the revitalization of Upper Peninsula area for a few years, starting with the project known as Half Mile North between Morrison Drive and Meeting Street which is now home to Blue Acorn, SIB Development and Edmund’s Oast.    

“We were thrilled when PhishLabs expressed an interest in the Pacific Box & Crate development,” said Michael Wooddy of Raven Cliff. “We see the future of the Upper Peninsula as a rich hub of innovation and technology, adding PhishLabs was a natural fit that will enhance the growing community.”

PhishLabs will be occupying 25,311 square feet of the development which is known as "Pacific Box & Crate." The name is a callout to the historical owners and occupants of the property. The entire project will be 130,000 square feet on about 10 acres. It is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Raven Cliff Co. plans to construct several other buildings to accommodate other users. A yoga and wellness studio by Ashley Bell and other tenants will join a 10,000-square-foot food hall, which will be spearheaded by Michael Shemtov of Butcher & Bee and managed by Jonathan Ory, who is also relocating his Bad Wolf Coffee from Chicago to the new building. The following images are renderings of the new development. 



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