PMT cuts ribbon on new downtown Mobile office

Historic Government Street office now houses magazine, events group and other media projects

PMT President and CEO Jocko Potts, Chamber President Bradley Byrne and Azalea Trail Maids all turned out for the ribbon cutting at midday today.

PMT Publishing, which publishes Business Alabama, Mobile Bay Magazine, Birmingham Home & Garden and other specialty magazines, cut the ribbon today on a new office at 166 Government St. in downtown Mobile.

The new location, across from Mobile’s city-county building and in the shadow of the RSA skyscraper, is the logical spot for a magazine that’s focused on the city and the entire Mobile Bay area, said publisher T.J. “Jocko” Potts.

Saying how much he loves downtown, Assistant Publisher Stephen Potts added, “We hope to make the city look good and downtown look good.”

Bradley Byrne, president and CEO of the Mobile Area Chamber, congratulated the company on its new location.

The chamber’s ambassadors turned out for the event, along with PMT staff and officials, workers at neighboring businesses and former employees.

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Walcott Adams served as architect for the renovation of the historic structure, working with Phoenix Restorations and KCUFA Consulting’s John Reynolds. Richard Inge helped find the property, and ServisFirst managed the finances.

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