As a creative capital on the rise, Kingston promotes a high quality of life through a vibrant food culture, a growing Arts District and myriad of cultural and outdoor excursions. Its history of traditional manufacturing provides a fertile foundation for innovation-driven industry. In the search for the right space for RBW's creativity and collaboration, deciding factors included the proximity to RBW’s showroom at 50 Greene St in SoHo and the opportunity to join Kingston's future.
Design architect Neil Logan and Kingston-based Dutton Architecture will work to re-envision the sizable building dating from the 1980s and partially unoccupied for decades. Originally built as a part of the prominent IBM campus, the building was once a major driver of the technological sector and growth of Kingston from the 1950s to the 1990s.