Monetizing free users is just part of the vision that new CEO Scott Durchslag, who took the helm of Angie’s List in September, is laying out to reinvigorate the struggling home-services company, which has seen revenue growth slow notably since last year.
The 17.5-acre campus on East Washington Street is made up of 41 parcels with 25 buildings, 1,000 parking spaces and 190,000 square feet of office space. Parent company ANGI Homeservices would like to sell it to a single buyer if possible.
In an interview with IBJ, ANGI Homeservices CEO Chris Terrill said layoffs at Angie's List will be done soon and real estate decisions are still being made. He also discussed what he sees as the merged company's biggest strength.