Quoit Club | Mobleux


Originally the Saunders Station post office, this building was built in 1937 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Work Progress Administration (WPA). Today, Mobleux a software development company, is headquartered in the building with modern meeting spaces, offices, and a theater. In the lobby, original PO boxes still remain and a high resolution photograph of a Federal Art Project mural originally created for the space (that was never completed or hung) by Virginia Artist Julien Binford, now hangs. There are many original architectural elements blended seamlessly throughout the building with new contemporary details that preserve the historic charm for a modern business.

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