Walking down Charles Street, it’s easy to get lost in the deep cultural history that surrounds you. There’s 121, the centuries-old West Village farmhouse where Goodnight Moon author Margaret Wise Brown previously lived. And the Federal-style house at 131—now a NYC landmark—that once counted Diane Arbus, who stayed in a stable on the property, as a resident. The American Railway Supply Company Building, a cobblestone’s throw away at 134, has a varied past, too.
This Colorful New York Coworking Space Is Steeped in Art History
For its third location, The Malin chose an art-famous West Village factory building where powerhouse collector Walter P. Chrysler Jr. and legacy painter Jennifer Bartlett once resided. Renovated with preservation in mind, the newly-opened space is ready for a new era of creativity.