City Hall Artspace Lofts is a mixed-use, community arts campus, featuring 53 affordable live/work units for low-income artists and their families located in two historic buildings – the former Dearborn City Hall and the West Annex located at 13615 Michigan Avenue in east downtown Dearborn.
The campus also will feature nearly 20,000 square feet of commercial space in the Concourse Building that connects the residential spaces. This unique, expansive space will become a center for creative entrepreneurship, artistic and cultural collaboration. It will feature an artist-in-residence unit, a business incubator, work studios, corridor galleries, and office space for creative businesses. In partnership with the City of Dearborn, the East Dearborn Downtown Development Authority (EDDDA), Wayne County, ACCESS Growth Center, Arab American National Museum and other local and regional organizations, City Hall Artspace Lofts will open creative and economic opportunities for the entire metro-Detroit region.
For more info and photos visit the organization's website here: www.artspace.org
Dearborn City Council in 2013 approved a purchase agreement to sell what was then the City Hall building to Artspace Projects, Inc., for $1.65 million. Artspace renovated the building into lofts and performance space to be used by artist-residents.
On Sept. 22, 2014, City Hall operations were relocated to the Dearborn Administrative Center at 16901 Michigan Ave. Click here to learn more about the DAC.
Residents and other community stakeholders are invited to browse documents and presentations about the proposed sale of City Hall, the City Hall Lofts project, and the proposed Dearborn Administrative Center.
Documents About Artspace and the Dearborn Administrative Center
News about City Hall Artspace Lofts
September 2015: Artspace information sessions
January 2015: Construction begins on Artspace City Hall Lofts
April 2014: Learn more about Artspace Dearborn
November 2012: Watch a video on the proposed City Hall Artspace project