LOGAN — A building owner’s newly remodeled space not only serves as his home office but also a shared space, a concept pretty unique to an area like Harrison County.
Korey Brunken, of Logan, owns the building located on Fourth Avenue, formerly the Masonic Lodge.
Brunken uses a section of the upstairs for his business, Loess Hills Environmental (LHE), which he started in 2018.
“I’ve always wanted to have my own small practice,” said Brunken, noting that now, he can focus on serving some of those smaller clients working for himself rather than larger firms.
Brunken and his family moved to Logan roughly nine years ago.
Fast forward to 2018, he said after years of working for those larger firms, and with many exciting things going on in the town like the opening of Logan Flours and the reopening of what is now called Cornerstone Cafe, Brunken wanted to “step out on his own” and work for himself.
So, he bought the former Masonic Lodge, next door to the Fourth Avenue Mall. (Lodge members lease a spot in the building designated just for them and still meet there regularly.)
Read the rest of the article in the November 18 issue of your hometown newspaper, The Twiner-Herald!