Create the Millwork Commons neighborhood with us!
Companies are choosing the Millwork Commons neighborhood for its focus on creativity, diversity, density, and multi-modal accessibility.
As the first renovation to be completed, the Ashton building will be a microcosm of the neighborhood — a dynamic, mixed-use environment with a diverse assortment of restaurants and retail outlets reflective of what you’ll find throughout the district in the future. On the upper floors, the Ashton features large-floorplate offices. Anchor tenant Flywheel will move into the building in the Summer of 2020.
Once home to a furniture manufacturing company, The Mastercraft building serves as an entry point into Millwork Commons for new and emerging businesses, providing an affordable and right-sized opportunity to innovative start-ups and non-profits. The building currently houses over 60 organizations.
Built in 1886, the Disbrow Block housed a millwork operation for nearly 100 years. The Disbrow Block consists of two three-story brick buildings with wood floors and ceilings, as well as a single-story building once used as a mule barn (we call it The Mule Barn)! The buildings provide opportunities for office space, shops, restaurants, and creative green spaces where “The Keeper of Stories” mural is currently located. The Disbrow buildings are being prepared for redevelopment, undergoing shell and brick repair. A skywalk connects the two brick buildings, making the upper floors suitable for one office user.