Hauntingly gorgeous 19-th century textile mill architecture with exposed bricks, tall ceilings. Those sun-drenched lofts present ample of great space to fit any event; weddings, dinner parties, meetings, productions, castings and more.
In 1880 a three story building was added to
the mill. At the close of 1881, the mill consumed 2172 tons of jute on 86 looms and 3,376
spindles, attended by about 600 employees, making it the largest jute factory in
the United States at the time.