We have just moved into our new location, at the historic Hope Artiste Village in Pawtucket, Rhode Island - just minutes from downtown Providence.
The building now known as The Hope Artiste Village was once the Hope Webbing Company. Built between 1890 and 1930, the mill complex was once the largest mill of its type in the world at 650,000 sq. feet, or approximately 6 acres, spread throughout six connect buildings. Facing demolition, the property was revitalized and redeveloped to create a "village" - transforming the complex into a mix of manufacturing spaces, live/work studios, retail locations, offices, restaurants, and music venues.
Our offices are at the rear of the building, in the section known as "The Solarium." You'll know you've found our space when you step inside and see the 15-foot tropical tree in front of you.
In addition to Envision, Hope Artiste Village houses Seven Stars bakery, New Harvest coffee roasters, The Met Café, numerous art galleries, a local Farmer's Market, and many other unique artisans and businesses.
You can learn more about this wonderful building, and the other tenants we share it with, at www.hopeartistevillage.com or, better yet, swing by the place if you're in the area and let us show you around!