Imagine a place designed to create new connections between old neighborhoods. A space that serves as a cultural epicenter that integrates major existing highway infrastructure with multi-model transit access, pedestrian connectivity and natural storm water systems.
Imagine a place that not only celebrates creative thinkers, but is programmed and curated by the artists themselves. A space where one-of-a-kind activations inspire daily commuters, residents, and tourists alike. Imagine a place where people can enjoy locally grown food and sip locally brewed beverages while pets explore and kids play.
Imagine a place built by the community for the community in a way unlike anything anyone has ever seen.
Imagine no more. Ink Underground has arrived.