Frank Lloyd Wright believed that one’s external space was far from superficial. It affected how you felt, thought, acted. We tend to agree.
Is an open space the key to an open mind? Does a sweeping view allow you to see into the future of new media? Can fresh, sea air engender fresh ideas?
Well, we can't say for sure. We don't have a "control" group for our experiment. No one at King Fish wanted to leave our cool converted mill building that overlooks Salem Harbor to go work in a dimly lit cubical that overlooks a cement wall.
But our hypothesis is “Hell yes.” Come visit us and see for yourself. Just not on Halloween. (Even if you can handle the witches, ghosts and goblins, the traffic is all kinds of scary.)
Directions to King Fish Media
Follow Route 128 North to Exit 25A for Route 114 East (Salem/Marblehead). Take Route 114 East into Salem. (It makes a couple of turns along the way. Just make sure to follow the signs for 114 East.) As you get into the business district of Salem, you’ll pass the Post Office on your right as you cross a big intersection at Washington Street. Stay straight through the light onto Derby Street.
After Washington, you will go through one traffic light then make your first right onto Congress Street. Pickering Wharf will be on your left. Go over a small bridge and our building (27 Congress Street, Suite 508) will be the first on your left.
King Fish Headquarters