On Saturday night, July 22, we chanced upon an art opening with bands at the old American Brake Company Building on North Broadway. Lacking electricity at home and having been cooped up all day, we were cruising around enjoying the slightly lower temperature at night.
We had to split early due to a report of someone jumping our fence (later disproved), so we didn't get details. The space is apparently called The Warehouse and leased from the Pyramid Companies. Has the northward migration of the downtown art scene begun?
Let's just hope that North Broadway stays mixed-use and retains its vestiges of meaningful employment within close distance of workers' houses. There's plenty of room for art there, though.