Along the Hudson River, about 60 miles north of New York City, the once bustling city of Newburgh is having a creative renaissance. We moved our studio out of Brooklyn in 2016 in search of what many artists and creatives look for – more space, cheaper rents, and a creative community. While getting involved around town, we were approached to rethink a mid 1800s garment factory building. Located just west of the bustling portion of Broadway, these two buildings lie on a large plot of land which has a view over the Quassaick Creek. The larger building (west) served as the main factory with two large open floors, a loading dock, freight elevator, and a potential storefront. The smaller building (east) is a smaller two-floor space in front and creek-front potential.