One of West Historic Mitchell Street’s best-known storefronts is reopening as an arts-centered development featuring event space with a bar, artist studios, a workshop and a cafe.
Mitchell Street Arts Collaborative Inc. is reviving long-vacant retail space at the eight-story Kunzelmann-Esser building. The building’s upper floors house Kunzelmann-Esser Lofts, a 67-unit affordable apartment community.
The new nonprofit venture, at 710 W. Historic Michell St., features makers space, including a basement woodworking shop, photography darkroom and ceramics kiln.
The street-level space, part of the former longtime Kunzelmann-Esser Furniture Co., will provide a co-working area next to a Rise and Grind Cafe. Rise and Grind co-owner Baboonie Tatum hopes to open the cafe within the next month or so.
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