Creatives, unite.

Our M.O. is to bring people with different expertise, perspectives, and ways of thinking together to solve complex problems. Think you have what it takes to think with us? Check out our openings below.

Associate with us.

Our Associate program creates unique opportunities for students and recent graduates to collaborate and innovate. Never tasked with food-fetching or coffee runs, Streetsense Associates are empowered to contribute meaningfully to our company and our clients. The program has two tracks — seasonal sessions and a summer intensive.


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Streetsensibility.

Working here is fundamentally fun and challenging, complicated and invigorating. Our people are keepers that work hard, play lots, and think differently than most.

The Who
Featuring

Jay Coldren

Managing Director, Eat + Drink

Q:What makes you most excited about joining the Streetsense team?

A: There’s so much talent and depth at Streetsense — branding, interior design, architecture, interactive, digital + social, research. I’m excited to work with all of these smart and creative people to deliver truly groundbreaking projects.

The Who
Featuring

Jay Coldren

Managing Director, Eat + Drink

Q: What was your favorite project prior to joining Streetsense?

A: Dean & DeLuca. I remember visiting it as a kid and thinking it was the wonderland of food. My goal was to return the Dean & DeLuca experience to that sense of wonder, and I believe we achieved that.

The Who
Featuring

Jay Coldren

Managing Director, Eat + Drink

Q: Who in your career has influenced you the most?

A: Patrick O’Connell from The Inn at Little Washington. The level of detail he puts into his work and the way he thinks — he’s brilliant.

The Who
Featuring

Jay Coldren

Managing Director, Eat + Drink

Q: From working with Ian Schrager to the Public Hotel, you’ve had a storied career. What role did intuition play when taking on new opportunities?

A: I wouldn’t call it intuition, I would describe it more like hapless wandering. In general, I gravitate towards interesting, talented, and sometimes difficult people.

The Who
Featuring

Jay Coldren

Managing Director, Eat + Drink

Q: What is your latest revelation in your career?

A: I used to approach leadership as a top-down, iron-fist sort of style and that just doesn’t work anymore. I’m a recovering 1.0 leader trying to hone my 2.0 leadership style. My new focus is to give people the opportunity to do what they do best and collaborate with talented people to let their skills shine.

The Who
Featuring

Jay Coldren

Managing Director, Eat + Drink

Q: Do you have a dream Streetsense client?

A: I would love to have one of the top chefs in the world come to Washington DC with dreams of creating a groundbreaking concept, and hire Streetsense to bring their vision to life.