Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Unique Cafe & Art Related Space Opportunities at The Artist Building at 300 Summer

Dreamed of opening your own café or art gallery? The Artist Building at 300 Summer is offering two unique rental opportunities. 

A 1,700 square foot café in their Atrium including a kitchen. 

A 1,094 square foot arts-related space with large glass windows and doors that abuts the atrium and formerly housed the FPAC Gallery.  The space is also available for other arts related non-profits or arts related business uses.

Reasonable rent for the right fit to join this artist building composed of 47 live-work spaces and 7 businesses.

The building at 300 Summer Street is a historic structure originally built for Boston’s wool trade in 1898 by the Boston Wharf Company. With large windows, abundant light, and views of downtown Boston and the harbor, the building was perfectly suited for conversion to artist lofts. In 1992, the Fort Point Arts Community acquired the building and Keen Development redeveloped it into a artist live/work limited equity cooperative joining fellow artists at the 249 A Street Artists Cooperative in the neighborhood.

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