How to Re-purpose a Building

How to Re-purpose a Building

art-gallery-1Image from The Art of Custom Framing website

Just because a building started out as one thing doesn’t mean it has to stay that way.

That was my thought, in 2016, when I came across a former racquet ball court building in Troy, Michigan, while researching new space for my art gallery client, The Art of Custom Framing. That thought ultimately turned the courts into a dramatic fine-arts gallery, frame shop and custom printing facility.

Each court highlights the work of a different artist, a feature you sometimes see in large museums but is rare in a gallery. The hardwood racquetball court floors add a level of elegance to the individual spaces.

Just because a building started out as one thing doesn’t mean it has to stay that way—and just because you have a certain type of business doesn’t mean you have to have the same kind of space as everyone else in your industry. Contact us today to learn how Compass Commercial LLC can create something special for you.

 


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