Globe Dye Works

A former yarn-dying factory, Globe Dye Works has been transformed into a community of artists, designers, and fabricators.

MaKen Studios

Short for “Made in Kensington” and comprised of nearly 300,000 square feet, MaKen Studios are two repurposed, industrial buildings in North Philadelphia that foster the development and sustainability of successful professional craftspeople, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and manufacturers.

1241 Carpenter Studios + Art Space 1241

Over fifty artists and craftspeople work in 1241 Carpenter Studios, a 19th century factory building dedicated solely to creatives and creative businesses. Artspace 1241 features rotating exhibitions throughout the year.

Bok Building

The Bok Building, a once historic vocational school, is an evolving center for creatives, small-businesses, non-profits, small-batch manufacturers and beyond.

Crane Arts

Crane Arts has four floors of galleries and artist studios with The Old School across the street, which is home to Pig Iron Theatre and a bouquet of artist studios converted from former classrooms. Icebox Project Space and other galleries are throughout the first floor.

Cherry Street Pier

Built into the shell of a century-old municipal pier, Cherry Street Pier it is a reflection of Philadelphia today—creative, diverse, historic, adaptable, and inspired. Its public space includes exhibitions and open artist studios in a variety of media.

2424 Studios

2424 East York Street  2424 Studios offers some of the most unique office and creative workspace in the region.

47arts

47 High Street. Studio space dedicateed to giving artist of all trades a space.

Arts and Crafts Holdings

600 Spring Garden Street. Studio space dedicated to reimagine urban spaces to create a vibrant canvas for entrepreneurs and makers.

D Street Studios

3444 D Street. This old industrial building is turning into large studio space.

Firehouse Arts Germantown

5231 Germantown Avenue. A small creative community built within the walls of an old Firehouse.

Herman St. Studios

20 East Herman Street.  This venure provides more than jsut rental sace to local artisans, but an environment which inspires creativity as well. 

Jasper Studios

2930 Jasper Street.  A renovated carpet mill that has turned into 50 artist studios/business offices.

Kreate Hub Philly

2801 Frankford Avenue. A studio space that provides shared spaces for artists and makers. 

Paper Box Studios

1639 North Hancock Street.  Voloshin Developments, the creative team behind Fishtown’s Paper Box Studios, is extending their enterprise for the artistic community with the revitalization of Jasper Studios.

Sherman Mills

3502 Scotts Lane. Sherman Mills currently has 78 commercial spaces and 44 residential losts with new development projects continuously in motion.

Stenton Guild Arts Building

4732 Stenton AvenueStenton Guild is a 27,000sf brick and steel building located in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Studios at 2202 Alter

2202 Alter Street. A total of 20 professional studio work spaces range in size from 200-600 SF and occupy three floors of a renovated industrial era building.

The Loom (aka Amber St. Studios)

3245 Amber Street. The LOOM is a place where all levels of creativity collide. Here at the LOOM, you will find diversity, various levels of professions and a tremendous amount of talent.

The Mill Studios

123 Leverington Avenue. The Mill has given both full and part time artists a community environment in which to create their work.

The Papermill

2825 Ormes Street. The Papermill Community of Artists offers affordable studio spaces in a historic factory building in Kensingon, Philadelphia. 

Viking Mill

2424 Coral Street. Viking Mill is a five-story building complex located in an industrial area of Philadelphia known as East Kensington.

Explore Philadelphia’s Studios

Philadelphia was built by craftspeople and artisans who translated their skill, know-how, and ingenuity into practices and enterprises that fueled economic development and civic prosperity for people in the region, country, and globally for hundereds of years. This has been made possible by the city’s diversity of people and talent that drove unprecedented creativity and innovation. You can see and feel this impact in all corners of Philadelphia’s Neighborhoods.

In Alphabetical Order

1241 Carpenter Studios

Over fifty artists and craftspeople work in 1241 Carpenter Studios, a 19th century factory building dedicated solely to creatives and creative businesses. Artspace 1241 features rotating exhibitions throughout the year.  1241 Carpenter Street

2424 Studios

2424 Studios is 80,000+ square feet of office and commercial rental space in Fishtown, Philadelphia. 2424 Studios offers some of the most unique office and creative work space in the region. 2424 East York Street

47arts

47arts is a three level building full to the brim with studio space. They dedicate 12,000 square feet of space to visual arts, photography, painting, printmaking, marble carving, and glass making. 47 High Street

Arts and Crafts Holdings

Our holistic approach to development harmonizes the urban experience investing in design details that turn into neighborhood amenities.  600 Spring Garden Street

Bok Building

The Bok Building, a once historic vocational school, is an evolving center for creatives, small-businesses, non-profits, small-batch manufacturers and beyond.  1901 South 9th Street

Cherry Street Pier

Built into the shell of a century-old municipal pier, Cherry Street Pier is a reflection of Philadelphia today—creative, diverse, historic, adaptable, and inspired. Its public space includes exhibitions and open artist studios in a variety of media. 121 North Christopher Columbus Boulevard

Crane Arts

Crane Arts has four floors of galleries and artist studios with The Old School across the street, which is home to Pig Iron Theatre and a bouquet of artist studios converted from former classrooms.  1400 North American Street

D Street Studios

This industrial building was originally a dyeing company in the 1800’s. Today it is being refurbished to become 180,000 square feet of studios! 3444 D Street

Firehouse Arts Germantown

Firehouse Arts is a small creative community within the walls of an old Firehouse. Designed and run by a local couple who saw a unique opportunity to transform a beautiful building that has sat dormant for many years, Firehouse Arts officially opened its doors in September, 2019. 5231 Germantown Avenue

Globe Dye Works

A former yarn-dying factory, Globe Dye Works has been transformed into a community of artists, designers, and fabricators.  4500 Worth Street

Herman St. Studios

This unique venue provides more than just rental space to local artisans, but an environment which inspires creativity.  20 East Herman Street

Jasper Studios

Jasper Studios is a renovated former carpet mill dating back to the late 1800s. The building has been restored and carefully renovated into 50 artists studios/ business offices. 2930 Jasper Street

Kreate Hub Philly

 Kreate Hub Philly provides private and shared studio space for artists and makers, in an environment that encourages and inspires artistic growth. 2801 Frankford Avenue

MaKen Studios

Short for “Made in Kensington” and comprised of nearly 300,000 square feet, MaKen Studios are two repurposed, industrial buildings in North Philadelphia that foster the development and sustainability of successful professional craftspeople, entrepreneurs, and small batch manufacturers.  3525 I Street

Paper Box Studios

 Voloshin Developments was founded in 2011 by Philadelphia entrepreneurs Leo & Amy Voloshin. 1639 North Hancock Street

Sherman Mills

Sherman mills originated in 2001 when Real Estate Developer, Mark Sherman, had a mission to create an affordable, sustainable residential and commercial business community. 3502 Scotts Lane

Stenton Guild Arts Building

Stenton Guild is a 27,000sf brick and steel building located in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia. This building was part of Philadelphia’s mighty industrial past and was built for the Norton Abrasives Company. 4732 Stenton Avenue

Studios at 2202 Alter

The Studios @ 2202 Alter are located in a historic biscuit bakery in the Point Breeze neighborhood of South Philadelphia, just below Washington Avenue between 22nd & 23rd Streets.2202 Alter Street

The Loom (aka Amber St. Studios)

The Loom: Richmond Mills is made up of artist studios & office space for small businesses, commercial real estate, and warehouse space, which is available for rent in Philadelphia. 3245 Amber Street

The Mill Studios

The Mill has given both full and part time artists a community environment in which to create their work. The Mill houses artists who are known locally as well as nationally and internationally. 123 Leverington Avenue

The Papermill

The Papermill Community of Artists offers affordable studio spaces in a historic factory building in Kensington, Philadelphia. 2825 Ormes Street

Viking Mill

In 2007, Viking Mill was purchased and incorporated by Viking Mill Associates, LLC in pursuit of the idea of creating affordable work space for various kinds of artists and craftspeople. 2424 Coral Street