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Working studio for artist, maker, entrepreneur, food business and tech
Well-lit, high ceiling unit located on 4th floor of The Loom: Richmond Mills (www.theloomphilly.com). Easy access to freight elevator. Surrounded by screen printer on one side and mural artists on the other. Vaulted ceilings give this space a grand appearance.
Unit is located at The Loom: Richmond Mills (www.theloomphilly.com)
The LOOM is a growing network of working spaces designed to meet the needs of entrepreneurs, artists, and innovators.
Much like a LOOM, our buildings are designed and operated to weave together a diverse set of creative and innovative entrepreneurs and artists. It is designed for all types of innovators and creators, such as artists, food artisans and technology companies. Through services and carefully designed common space, The LOOM intentionally creates opportunity for interaction and collaboration among our members. Our goal is to use our space to continually drive value for our members and for our community.
The LOOM philosophy is rooted in the following two beliefs. First, the world we live in is global and requires interdisciplinary skills that cut across sectors and cultures. However, in order to achieve this knowledge it is critical for artists, inventors, and entrepreneurs to interact and cluster on a hyper-local level. Secondly, we are living in an increasingly collaborative world. Learning and growth depends on one’s ability to learn from others and apply new skills and knowledge into their own work.
A short drive from I-95 and a quick walk from the Frankford El, The LOOM: Richmond Mills is a monumental space the harkens back to Philadelphia’s industrial era. With over 250,000 square feet of loft space, it allows tenants to easily move into larger spaces as their artistic vision and business needs expand. In other words, it’s perfect for those that connect square footage with freedom. Richmond Mills offers secure complimentary parking, loading docks, wide widths between columns, and upper floor spaces with lots of natural light – along with commanding views of the city.