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

At the heart of Korea Town in Baltimore, Maryland, a three-stories commercial building rents out artist studios in varying sizes. The goal of the building is to provide a healthy and productive studio culture for young and professional artists in the area with affordable rent. 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 in the building.

Address: 100 W. 22nd Street, 21218, Baltimore, MD, between Howard and Maryland, directly across from Nakwon Restaurant, walking distance from MICA Graduate Studio Center, and between Station North Arts District and Remington.

Currently available studio spaces: 

1.  250-300 square feet that is 300 dollars plus 50 utilities (second floor)
2.  900 + square feet that is 1200 dollars and separate utilities (ground floor) the ground floor can open up to a larger usable space with construction and based on need, may be divided into smaller studio spaces. This ground floor is also a promising rental for several artists, collective studio use, larger office space, or made into a gallery.

Studios currently leased on second floor but may open up in the future: Varying sizes: 125, 150, 175 square feet with cost that matches size from 125, 150, 175 dollars + 25 utilities. All studios have windows and shared bathrooms outside its space, on each floor.

Contact: Mina Cheon at minacheon@gmail.com, 410 522 6669

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