Built in the 1880s, the Ashton was once the headquarters of a millwork company, and railcars once entered the building to deliver raw materials and pick up finished products. The Dock was truly a dock! After extensive renovations to restore and modernize the building, the Ashton now offers large office spaces, community space, and local food, drinks, and shops.
Dizzy Mule – Coming Soon
Built in 1886, the Disbrow Block buildings housed a millwork operation for nearly 100 years. Starting in 2022, the original brick warehouses are being restored, and new buildings will be added. Now known as the Dizzy Mule in honor of the mules that once inhabited part of the property, this block will offer apartments, restaurants, shops, and office space.
Say “hello” to your next home! Located in the heart of Millwork Commons, HELLO Apartments currently has studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments available for lease. The building offers a gym, complimentary coffee, garage parking, and two spacious open-air courtyards with fire pits and grills.
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 startups, nonprofits, and artists. The building currently houses more than 60 organizations.
The Living Room
The Living Room is a private, flexible-use venue, capable of hosting a small meeting, large conference, fundraiser, or wedding…and everything in between.
The Dock is an innovative public space designed to bring people together, have big conversations, and inspire collaboration.
The Prairie is a public, outdoor park available for community use. Located in the heart of the neighborhood, this is a place to meet up, connect, observe, perform, and move.