214 East Roosevelt Street
Enter the monOrchid and you walk into a home away from home, a diverse and thriving culture of its own, a collaborative workspace, a community hub. Be it for a wedding, a photo shoot, a study session, an office or desk space, a film project, a party, or just to grab a steaming cup of craft-brewed coffee, your presence is a welcome addition to the space.
Originally constructed by Del Webb in 1937, the 14,000 sq. ft. warehouse is an excellent example of adaptive-reuse at the city’s core.
Behind the white brick and striking mural-work of its exterior walls, the building transforms into a multifunctional workspace hosting two art galleries, a parade of loft-level coworking spaces, a coffeehouse, a restaurant, a conference room, and not one but two full-sized studios for photography or film.
The entire space is open to the public and available for rent. It is also fully convertible and loaded with service options including in-house catering options, event support and even planning services in addition to its convenient location and inspiring atmosphere.