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The Pajama Factory

Features / Amenities

  • Studios range from 1,000 to 3,000 SQF
  • Three large 3,000 SQF work studios
  • Flexible short and long-term leases
  • Private entrances
  • On-site parking
  • On-site management
  • Loading docks
  • Limited amount of Live Work studios available

For artists who want to participate and benefit from a creative community in a unique setting

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49 Greenkill Ave, Kingston, NY

The Pajama Factory was built in 1918 by Millen Aikenhead Textiles. Over the years, the building has transformed, but its original brick and hardwood charm remains. The smallest in comparison, The Pajama Factory’s six apartments overlook New York’s Empire State Trail and Broadway thoroughfare. 

Today, The Pajama Factory is a combination of artist studio spaces and residential apartments. The ground floor of The Pajama Factory is made up of large warehouse-style art studio spaces, with spacious apartments on the second and third floors. The building is located close to the energetic Broadway corridor, along the Empire State Trail.