Artisan Alley moving to make way for Bloomington’s new Switchyard Park

Artisan Alley is moving to a new location

Artisan Alley announces that we will be moving, no later than December 31st 2017, from our South Rogers location making way for Bloomington’s new Switchyard Park.

In addition to the 1609 South Rogers address, we will lose our original location at 1607 South Rogers. Our location @ 222 W 2nd Street is still available and we have space available for anyone interested. Moving forward, we are looking for new locations for Burl & Ingot, our industrial warehouse, and the Flex space and are hoping to find a location that can house everything.

Our ideal location would have:

  • both commercial and industrial zoning
  • multiple spaces pre-divided or multiple buildings on a single lot
  • total square footage between 10,000 and 20,000 sqft
  • a lot size greater than 1 acre
  • Less than $6/sqft/yr

We will work to get everyone transferred over to spaces that are comparable in size and price. We look forward to serving you at our new locations & we thank everyone involved over the last 4 years for your support and we look forward to working with you in the upcoming months.

For questions about our upcoming move or if you have information on a new possible location please send an email to info@artisanalley.com

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We are a rich and bustling creative environment where individual artistic pursuits come together into a collaborative and energizing space where creative ideas become a reality. We offer many different services, resources and spaces to creative entrepreneurs, as well as a diverse community of like-minded Bloomingtonians.

Our artisan community features the Burl & Ingot Tool Library which provides tools and equipment for numerous artforms, creative art classes, a cowork lab with multiple computers with creative software and high-speed internet, the
MADE Gift Shop which provides members 100% of sales in our handmade gift shop, the Dimensions Gallery: a venue that shows art from local and visiting artists, the Community Market: open to the public as a market for all types of vendors on the B-line trail, Open Studios: open spaces for the community to interact with local artisanas and makers, and volunteer Opportunities: an opportunity for individuals to learn and help us grow.

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