About the Eclipse Mill
Built in the 1800s as a textile mill, the Eclipse Mill is located in North Adams, Massachusetts, a town in the beautiful Northern Berkshires with an active arts community, and home to Mass MoCA, one of the largest contemporary art museums in the U.S. The Mill sits by the Hoosac River in view of Mount Greylock, and contains forty condominium/studio lofts. Carefully restored, lofts range in size from 1700 to 3500 square feet with 14-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows and hardwood floors.
The Eclipse Mill is much more than a renovated textile mill with studio space. It is a vital group of creative individuals working independently and collectively to make a live/work space that fits the needs of all. The condo association is self-governed, with various committees and a board to govern the day to day running of the building. The first floor has a large shared gallery where exhibitions and openings contribute to the artistic engagement of the region.