I run a new neighborhood-based coworking space in the Boston area called The Village Works. Our building was a 19th century hardware store that’s lived many lives (mixed use residential and paint store, fish market, restaurant, pub, medical offices). It was vacant for five years before we started our reuse project. We opened in April 2017.
You can learn more at thevillageworks.com. I’m happy to provide high res versions of our images if helpful
All the best,
Melissa Tapper Goldman ([email protected])
On Monday, July 31, 2017 at 8:13:09 PM UTC-4, Carolyn Cirillo wrote:
I am doing a series on adaptive reuse of buildings into coworking communities for Allwork.Space and am looking for more spaces to feature.
So far we’ve profiled a former church in Kansas City, a piece work factory in Brooklyn and warehousein Morocco.
Please email me directly if you would like your space to be considered. Please include:
Photos, additional background and/or links welcome.
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