Join other small businesses in this very cool spot, actually being deemed the Creative Spot. Built in 1926 as one of the first downtown Phoenix grocery stores, the JB Bayless building has been painstakingly restored by its long-time owner, Joseph Lewis, earning National Historic accreditation. Wood beam trusses, stained concrete floors, concrete pillars, and red brick construction within soaring, 15-foot ceilings create the surrounds. And wide panels that slide on tracks create the private, highly modular environment you desire to explore your creative options!
There are several spaces available, such as the “protégée” a 12′ by 14′ studio that rents for only $500.00 per month inclusive.
For more information or to arrange a viewing of the space(s), contact Lyle Plocher with Urban Connection Realty at 602 373 3725 or email@example.com