When you live in the digital age, and your job is solely focused online, you don’t anticipate your next career move being a brick and mortar store. But, when we saw the building on Broad, there was no question we were on our right path.
2625 Broad Avenue, our future home, still has its original wooden beams, vaulted ceilings and exposed brick, which grants the location a sense of legacy and permanence. Broad Avenue was once the main street of a small railroad town, Binghampton, chartered in 1895. In 1919, the city was annexed by Memphis, and Broad Avenue began its descent into a state of disrepair, but no longer. Now Broad Avenue is experiencing a renaissance with a vision to create a vibrant art destination in the heart of our city.
Lucky for us, we happened upon the right place at just the right time to be a part of this exciting stage in it’s history. We couldn’t have found a better home if we’d built it ourselves.