Art and craft mingle at an Albany Street address

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From the Boston Globe…

 

It’s not anchored by MIT the way Kendall Square is. It doesn’t have sweeping views of Boston Harbor, like the Seaport. But this shopworn mill building hard off Interstate 93, on the edge of the South End, is something of a small innovation district of its own.
Bruce Shaw(left) and Adam Salomone of the Harvard Common Press.

Like many aging structures in this warehouse neighborhood, 535 Albany St. is a relic of another age. Amid a warren of start-ups and industrial lofts, it hosts a bamboo bike maker, a respected artist, and a corporate architect, innovators in a variety of fields… [See the full article here]