About the Eclipse Mill
The historic Eclipse Mill is located in North Adams, Massachusetts, within walking distance to Mass MoCA, the largest contemporary visual and performing arts museum in the US. North Adams, the smallest city in Massachusetts, is part of Berkshire county, a mountainous region known for outdoor activities, fall foliage, farm-to-table food and thriving musical, theater, dance and visual arts institutions.
The Eclipse Mill, originally built in the 1800’s for textile manufacturing, was renovated in the early 21st century as live/work artist studio condominiums. Forty loft units, ranging in size from 1700 to 3500 square feet, feature 14-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows, hardwood floors, and a shared garden space alongside the Hoosic River. A spacious artist-run gallery and several arts-based businesses are located within the Eclipse Mill, including a bookstore, a pottery studio, a movement studio, and an independent gallery. The Eclipse Mill is a creative community working individually and collectively to contribute to the artistic engagement of the region.
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