Bailey Broom Factory

Bailey Broom Factory

 

TYPE Commercial
PHASE Construction
SIZE 3,600 sf
YEAR Anticipated 2017
LOCATION Kingston, Canada

 

Located in a vibrant and transforming creative district in downtown Kingston, the

Bailey Broom Factory is a brownfield site currently owned by the City. The existing

building, designed in the 1900s by prominent Kingston architect William Newlands,

was slated for demolition until community outcry compelled the City to designate

the building as a heritage site. RAW has offered to purchase the property, stabilize

the site, and restore the existing building, transforming a deteriorating eye-sore

into an exciting and marketable emblem for the neighbourhood. The proposed

uses for the building include a small RAW branch office, an affordable accelerator space for local start-ups, and a café to serve as a hub for neighbourhood gathering and discussion, fortifying the connection between small scale business and the surrounding community.

 
 
 
 
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