"WHAT IS CERTAIN (at least to me) is that the ability to affordably rehab a previously dull, long-vacant space into an active workspace at a manageable scale, connected to nature and a thoughtful local community, is a timely antidote to the woes of our former downtown location. And to the caustic and unrealistic operational mess that is the city's urban core. And yet, perhaps surprisingly, this place enhances the case for San
Francisco's high-density urban core to be restored and revitalized."
Read the entire article on the arcCA Digest website here.