K-Town Studios for Artists in Baltimore, Maryland at The Cheon Kroiz Building

At the heart of Korea Town (K-Town) in Baltimore, Maryland, a three-stories commercial building rents out artist studios in varying sizes. The owners are artist Mina Cheon (Professor of Maryland Institute College of Art, MICA) and architect Gabriel Kroiz (Professor of Morgan State University) who both have studio and office spaces in the building. The K-Town Studios is at 100 W. 22nd Street, 21218, Baltimore, Maryland, between Howard and Maryland, directly across the street from the Korean Nakwon Restaurant, walking distance from MICA’s Fred Lazarus IV Center, and between Station North Arts District and Remington.

The ground floor of K-Town Studios is opening up starting October 1. I’m looking for a professional artist or artist couple who need a ground floor studio that is over 900 square feet with intent to stay long-term. One person who is also interested in taking the space to sublease spaces to other artists for a shared spaces with partition is possible. There are many windows on three sides of the space, a slop sink, some storage area including a vault that would be great for dark room or archive. There are two shared bathrooms on the second floor, one also with a slop sink. Not included in the rent contract but available for use includes a parking lot and front lobby foyer space. There is a door directly to the space with a ramp and an indirect entrance through the lobby of the building.

Please email me if you are interested in an appointment. minacheon@gmail.com

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