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Dec 17, 2015

Downtown Memphis is changing every day and it is for the very best. One of the new developments is the Artspace South Main Lofts thanks to AutoZone, SouthernSun Asset Management, and Loeb Properties, Inc.

Dec 15, 2015

In cities across the U.S., one of the most potent forces for urban renewal is the intrepid, resourceful, indefatigable artist. A building full of them, in fact. But for the artists, there isn’t always a happy ending. In case you’re unfamiliar with the story, it goes like this.

Dec 14, 2015

Mann is the new artist in residence at Artworks Loveland. The first artist in residence at the new space, Barbara Gilhooly, finished her project in late October for an exhibit in Minneapolis.

Dec 9, 2015

AutoZone, SouthernSun Asset Management and Loeb Properties Inc. have joined the list of financial supporters for the Artspace South Main Lofts project.

Dec 9, 2015

The Minneapolis-based arts organization picked to take over Montgomery County’s former 3rd District police station in Silver Spring plans 30 artist studios, 1,500 square feet of retail, 68 apartment units and 11 town homes on the site.

Dec 9, 2015

Minneapolis-based developer Artspace has proposed turning a former police station in Silver Springs into artist studios and plans to develop new housing for artists. 

Dec 8, 2015

Minneapolis-based developer Artspace wants to turn the old 3rd District Police Station on Sligo Avenue in downtown Silver Spring into artist work space, in addition to adding 68 apartments in a new, four-story building and 11 townhomes. 

Dec 6, 2015

At the Elgin Artspace Lofts, young Allison Apmann, the daughter of property manager Kathy Apmann, greeted guests, offered refreshments, stamped passports and explained the "Ugly Sweater" ornament craft.

Jan 1, 2014

When Artspace was founded in 1979, our role was to help artists find affordable places to live and work, which was largely achievable as long as artists were willing to move every six to 12 months.

Jul 1, 2011

This report is an overview of the findings of Metris Arts Consulting's studies How Artist Space Matters and