Every city has spaces. It can be a building or a warehouse; other times it is a street or an entire neighborhood. Every day, people drive past them, and look out their window, thinking to themselves: “You know, someone should do something with that. It could be beautiful; it could be cool. They could be lofts or offices or apartments or anything. It is a shame it is just sitting there. Someone should really do something about that.
We think it is time you take back what is rightfully yours.
It does not matter whose name is listed on the deed or with what intention something has been zoned. The neighborhoods and buildings around you were created for people like you to live in, work in, learn from, and discover. It is never anyone’s intention to plan something and never have it happen, or to build something only to have it sit deteriorating and vacant for decades.
And a vision of what could be.
Before the law firms and the jazz bars. Before the young professionals and advertising agencies. Before the retail district. Before the coffee houses and the art galleries. Before the artists. Before the starving artists. Before all of that is Cityspace.TM
We have spaces to reclaim.
The secret to making a reality from a great idea is momentum. It is striking while the iron is hot. We tend to move quickly around here. We see an opportunity, we make a plan, and immediately a construction wall is up and things are happening. Life is too short for red tape and endless meetings.