Artspace has signed an exclusive negotiating rights agreement with Denver-based Westfield Company to start working on a development plan for a portion of a 14-acre site Westfield owns at 40th Street and Brighton Boulevard.
Elizabeth, Colorado is under consideration as one of those communities as a possible site for an Artspace development. We are now waiting for the results of the feasibility study and depending on the results will move on to the market analysis portion of the project to find out how many spaces the town can support and in what capacity
"Artspace has embraced all of our needs, wants and concepts. I can’t speak highly enough about their commitment and willingness to take a process they’ve perfected—building by building—and enter into a partnership with the state and our foundation to move their approach in a new direction.” –Tim Schultz, President of the Boettcher Foundation
The Hollywood CRA in collaboration with Artspace Projects is conducting a major online survey of artists, arts organizations, and creative businesses in South Florida to determine the size and nature of the market for an Artspace affordable live/work/create project planned for Downtown Hollywood.
Spoiled by decades of affordable housing and studio options in a major city that was still pretty sleepy, local artists are already feeling the pinch of rising rents after former mayor Julian Castro’s “Decade of Downtown” battle cry and subsequent initiatives shot the city to the top of trend listicles.
The Hollywood CRA in collaboration with Artspace Projects, Inc. will conduct a major online survey of artists, arts organizations, and creative businesses to determine the size and nature of the market for an Artspace affordable live/work/create project planned for Downtown Hollywood.
Recognizing the impact artists have on the state's economy, the state of Colorado is planning to invest in nine affordable housing projects around the state in the coming years to make it easier for members of the creative industry to find a place to live.
"Our arts and historic district dialogue is an on–going conversation about what are ways that we can enhance, highlight, and celebrate this area that contains many of Mankato's cultural and historical assets," said Megan Flanagan, City Center Partnership Director.
City Center Partnership Director Megan Flanagan said a committee of the downtown business organization is exploring the question: “Would the businesses and organizations of City Center Mankato benefit from arts and historic district enhancements, what initiatives are achievable, and is the time right to pursue this?”