The Greenhouse in bloom.

Our goal is to be a leader in energy and environmental design and consideration.

The factory will be developed to meet LEED standards by maintaining pollution prevention methods, recycling and reusing materials that still have an effective use, implementing collection of recyclable materials, installing heating, ventilation and air conditioning appliances that are energy-star rated, reducing water consumption by 20% of the average use and pursuing feasibility of onsite renewable energy both solar energy and/or geo-thermal energy.

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The Pajama Factory—with nearly 300,000 sq ft of floor area and 8 buildings—will support about 200 tenants consisting of small creative businesses and artists in both live/work spaces and work only spaces. In total, we expect about 300 people to work in the building.

Studio sizes are as small as 200 sq ft and as large as 15,000 sq ft.

  • 2nd floor—work studios and for-rent loft residences
  • 3rd floor—work studios, rental spaces and loft residences
  • 4th floor—work studios and loft spaces
  • 5th floor 1–2 bedroom condos ranging from 700–3000 sq ft.

The Pajama Factory has an expanding range of shared communal spaces — from well-equipped workshops and artist classrooms, to gallery and lobby space, retail and dining amenities.

The outdoor spaces accommodate a range of activities — from intimate performances to large exhibitions/events to community farmer’s markets.

Also to be included are a roof terrace (with landscaping/planted green and solar panels), and work spaces supported by the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Factory Works (including spaces for wood working, ceramics, photography, glass blowing, metal shop).

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