Who We Are
Choosing inspiration over competition for a stronger community
and a healthier way to do business.
At The JDQ Building, we strive to orchestrate a dynamic mix of tenants who
collaborate with and empower each other to
achieve potential and invigorate Owensboro's business community!
The Johnson, Depp & Quisenberry Consulting Engineering firm began business in 1936 as Johnson & Depp. The building, located at 2625 Frederica Street in Owensboro, Kentucky, was built in 1958. The property was renamed “The JDQ Building” in 2017, after being purchased by Tab (E. S. Quisenberry’s grandson) and Vicki Quisenberry.
The front building of the property has been transformed into a vibrant multi-tenant office complex housing a myriad of service-oriented businesses who are conveniently located in the center of Owensboro. Tenants and their clients have plenty of parking and access to secure fiber net. See our tenant list for dynamic businesses located in this unique Mid-Century Modern structure.
In addition to standard long-term office rental, The JDQ Building offers long and short-term Office Space By-The-Hour and a Conference Room.
We are in the process of adding an elevator lobby (completion Fall/Winter 2019) and are converting the building at the back of the property into “JDQ East” (completion in Fall/Winter 2019), the perfect spot for thriving businesses to expand and small businesses to incubate and grow.
Give us a call (270) 302-7330 or email Vicki@TheJDQ.com to discuss leasing office space or plan your next event.
The JDQ Conference Room
The JDQ Conference Room was created to be flexible! The large conference table, which was converted from the old JDQ work table comfortably seats twelve to fourteen participants. This re-purposed JDQ Work Table can also be used as a gift/food table for showers and buffet events.
The JDQ Building . . .
Connecting through cohabitation and shared experience.
This former survey mid-1900’s transit was paired with an early 1900’s wooden tripod and a new glass table top to create a cocktail table. The mid-century drafting stools were recovered.