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Leather Trades Brings Art & Life To 16th & Locust

December 10, 2011 Downtown, Featured, Planning & Design 4 Comments

The Leather Trades Artist Lofts opened a few months ago across Locust from my building.

ABOVE: Art display windows facing 16th Street

It has been a joy seeing lights on in the building and seeing people come and go. But passing by on 16th and seeing art in the windows has been great. I’ve even seen people painting in a studio space. It’s amazing how little it takes to bring life and interest to a sidewalk.

– Steve Patterson

 

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  1. Jeremy R. says:

    A friend of mine lives there and makes art in the communal studio.  According to him, all apartments are rented- no vacancies!  And by the way, he loves the walkable nature of the area- shops at Culinaria regularly.

     
  2. Jeremy R. says:

    A friend of mine lives there and makes art in the communal studio.  According to him, all apartments are rented- no vacancies!  And by the way, he loves the walkable nature of the area- shops at Culinaria regularly.

     
  3. Anonymous says:

    Agreed, w/ very little storefront space used. Westgate(sp) Lofts however is how not to do it.

     
  4. bradwaldrop says:

    Agreed, w/ very little storefront space used. Westgate(sp) Lofts however is how not to do it.

     

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