Mustang Signs moves into larger office, production space
A growing sign manufacturing business has constructed and moved into a bigger building on Clearwater Avenue in Kennewick.
Mustang Sign’s space is a two-story unit with the top floor serving as offices overlooking the production bay.
“It’s a great new and unique space on an otherwise bare strip of Clearwater. Hopefully it will spur additional growth in this direction to fill in the gap between us and Silo’s,” said Lauran Wang, company co-owner.
The 12,000-square-foot space at 10379 W. Clearwater Ave. has Mustang occupying half — 6,000 square feet — and leasing out suites in the other half.
One suite is left: a build-to-suit 1,700-square-foot office, with a lease rate of $20 per square feet
The building, owned by Lauran Wang, Will Wang and Drew Westermeyer, neighbors the Home Builders Association of Tri-Cities and Calvary Chapel.
Mustang Sign focuses on signage — custom, electrical and banners — vehicle wraps, sign installations and print production and specializes in myriad styles of interior and exterior signs, LED message centers, window graphics, wall and floor graphics and custom trade show displays. The company also offers sign repair and maintenance services.
Mustang Sign Group opened in 2007. The Wangs bought it from the original owners in 2012 and worked out of a 1,500-square-foot garage with two employees. Today, they employ 11 full-timers.
Company owners said they have plans for a second mixed-use building on the property.
The project was completed May 6.
Elite Construction & Dev. of Pasco was the general contractor.
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