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Abandoned 1920s bank is transformed into a luxurious coworking space

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 25, 2016 01:06 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Sep 21, 2016

Built in 1928, the heritage building has sat empty since the Royal Bank of Canada abandoned it in 2010. Montreal-born startup Crew Collective saw an opportunity in the glamorous building and hired architect Henri Cleinge to carefully remake the former bank into a 12,000-square-meter space that includes the startup’s headquarters, a cafe, and co-working space. While the building primarily caters to permanent and temporary freelance workers, it’s also open to the public. Related: Old Brooklyn...






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