Artspace Trinidad Lofts Main Street Available for Rent
May 25, 2020 – This is an exciting update to write. After years of hard work by countless individuals, organizations, and partnerships, our first 13 units of artist live/work housing for the Space to Create Initiative are ready to lease!
Even with the challenge of working through the COVID crisis we have all been facing, Gibbs Construction is wrapping up the finishing touches on the Main Street site in Historic Downtown Trinidad, and we are preparing to rent these units. Attached to this email you will find some sample floor plans for these units, as well as some pictures of what the units will look like: note that each of these units are unique, but the general feel and design is similar across the building. The units are spacious, with oversized windows providing TONS of natural light, durable floors, countertops, and surfaces; which make the apartments perfect for those looking to advance their creative pursuits in a live/work community.
If you are interested in applying, please email email@example.com.
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If you are interested in learning more about living at Artspace Trinidad Lofts on Main Street and would like the opportunity to ask questions, please attend the next webinar on Tuesday, May 26th at 10 am Mountain Time. Instructions below. If you are unable to join the webinar, it will be recorded. A link to watch the video will be available on our website at artspace.org/trinidad
Finally, if you support the Space to Create Initiative and want Downtown Trinidad to be home for the creative sector, please spread the word by sharing this email with your networks, liking and reposting our social media posts, and telling all.
Topic: Trinidad Info Session
Time: May 26, 2020 10:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Please note a few things:
– We recommend visiting zoom.us and downloading the application ahead of the webinar and installing on either your mobile device or personal computer.
– Lucas Koski will be leading this in the style of the webinar. This means that he will be presenting and facilitating the online discussion. At the end of the brief presentation, Lucas will open up the webinar to questions. At that point, we will be utilizing the chat feature of the platform to take questions from webinar participants. Lucas will give a quick overview of the webinar interface at the start of the meeting.
– If you would like to know more about the webinar/meeting room interface, please review this guide.
– Because of the increased use of online meeting technology worldwide, participants may experience a lag in the presentation or other technical difficulties. We are trying our best to deliver a quality experience for all. Please be patient.
– Any questions that are not answered can be followed up with Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– At this time, we will be focusing on the residential side of Space to Create Trinidad. If you are interested in leasing space in the commercial portion of the project please contact Wally at email@example.com.
Artspace is a non-profit organization that uses the tools of real estate development to create affordable places where artists can live and work. We consistently develop these projects in ways that support stable, healthy communities anchored in existing assets. Because Artspace owns each of the projects it develops, we are able to ensure that they remain affordable and accessible to artists. With more than 50 projects developed over the last four decades, Artspace has supported artist-led community transformation, representing a nearly $750 million investment in America’s arts infrastructure. While embracing the value the arts bring to individual lives, Artspace has championed the once-radical idea that artists living with financial hardship and chronically underfunded arts organizations can leverage fundamental social change. With headquarters in Minneapolis and offices in New York and Washington D.C., Artspace is America’s leading developer of arts facilities and has served as a consultant to hundreds of communities and arts organizations nationwide. www.artspace.org