Opening this November
As you may already know, we are excited about opening our first store front this November. Only a lucky few have seen the behind-the-scenes printshop where we operate now. After 4 years of running our press in a cramped workspace with 80’s carpet and ink on the ceiling (who knows how it got there), this upgrade cannot come a day too soon. I’ve assembled a list of how things will be different – check it out!
HUM DRUM CURRENT CONDITIONS
Square footage of working space: About 650 square feet of ink-stained carpet
Bathrooms: Just one, but we use it as a darkroom. So do what you have to do, just don’t turn the lights on.
Neighbors: Outdoor Neighborhood Dog Kennel
Decor: Drywall and 8′ popcorn ceiling. Off-white paint colors. And lets not forget the wicker ceiling fan.
Coolness Factor: Rock climbing holds and mini fridge (These are the redeeming factors).
NEW AND IMPROVED!
Square footage of working space: About 1,750 with 650 dedicated to trendy retail and modern offices.
Bathrooms: Just one, but no darkroom this time. Includes drinking fountain!
Neighbors: Henry’s Smokehouse (believe it!), and there are rumors that Jack’s Cosmic Dog is considering the space next door.
Decor: 3 beautiful bays of pre-cast 15′ Concrete Ceiling and repurposed wood floors from old buildings of Greenville’s past!
Coolness Factor: Concrete desks, trendy retail and showroom, central sound system, proximity to downtown, and of course rock climbing holds and mini fridge (These will be relocated). We will also have a comfy area to meet with clients. Perhaps later we’ll add a juice bar and a bouncy castle in the back…
Currently we are about half-way done with construction and hoping to get occupancy by the end of the month. Check up frequently because we will be announcing our grand opening soon. I hope you can all find a way to visit us soon!
If any are interested in lending a helping hand, we’d love your help! Just drop a line to email@example.com. In the meantime, check out these pictures of what we’re working on. Below is a group of pictures showing how the space looked like when we got it. Under that is a set of “so far” pictures. Enjoy!