The Warehouse on Third

The Historic Brown & Evans Garment Company, circa 1920

About The Warehouse on Third


The Warehouse on Third is owned by Roger D. Hadley.  Mr. Hadley purchased the property in 1995 as an investment. When purchased the property around the building was clasified as a warehouse district, hence the name The Warehouse on Third. At that time The Warehouse property was surrounded by gravel parking lots and very few neighbors.  Currently there is approximately 100 million dollars worth of construction being built within a 4 block radius of The Warehouse.  Just prior to the flood of 2008 the new YMCA was built across the street and since the flood a new public library, human services building, the new Federal Courthouse, and the Intermec Building just to name a few, are either under construction or complete.


Since 1995 Mr. Hadley has attracted a number of very high profile tenants.  In addition to Mr. Hadley's architectural practice another arhchitectural/structural engineering firm is located in The Warehouse.  Other tenants include a high profile interior design firm, an artist studio, a hair salon/spa, a fitness studio, massage studio, professional photography studio, and wo law offices. These businesses are briefly described under The Business tab of this web site.  Links to their individual businesses are also provided for your convenience.


As of January, 2020, ALL studios within The Warehouse on Third are leased.  Although interested parties are welcome to inquire about future vacant space, the wait will most likely be lengthy. Three year leases are the norm, but four of the nine  tenants occupying 60% of the building have been residents for 20, 18, 10, and 6 years.  


The Warehouse on Third and its tenants are continually evolving so please continue to visit this website for  current happenings. If you would like to be part of this progressive atmosphere and grow your business, please either email or call Roger.


Thanks for visiting the website,



Roger DeLayne Hadley,

Architect & Owner




Top image:  The Warehouse on Third,   2010.                                                                  Above Image:  The Warehouse on Third, 1995.