Warehouse Chic: Art Districts

Trendy art districts in long ago abandoned manufacturing hubs bring festivals, galleries, and tourists to these newly popular areas in major U.S. cities.

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In “Warehouse Chic” (July/August 2013), writer Iyna Bort Caruso explores once abandoned warehouse districts in some of the largest U.S. manufacturing cities. The districts are seeing new life as artists move in and set up shop, bringing galleries, festivals, and revived business to these newly trendy art districts.

If you can’t get to one of these locals, or if you want to know more before you go, check out the following videos of Portland, Oregon; New York; Los Angeles; and Miami for an up-close look at what their respective art districts have to offer.

Art in the Pearl: Portland, Oregon

Dumbo Arts Center: Brooklyn, New York

Art Walk: Downtown Los Angeles, California

Wynwood Arts District: Miami, Florida

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