We are incredibly happy to announce that we have officially moved our business to New York City. AndAgain now operates out of Brooklyn and we could not be happier about it. For the remainder of this month and into the new year we have some incredible partnerships and announcements coming up and will be giving some hints and sneak looks into those here as well!
Finding a new home for a business, especially in the city of New York is at first a daunting task. We aren’t just a couple of freelance writers that can grab a shared desk at a WeWork or share a 200 sq. ft. studio apartment. AndAgain is a fully operating brand that needs design and creative space, sample making and room for some of our production still being in house, as well as our photo studio as all of the creative that you see is still produced and developed by us. All in all, getting some space to stretch our legs was a good idea and luckily we found it!
1717 Broadway is our new home, with a 600 sq. ft. studio accomplishing all of above! Windows on two of the four walls bring in some beautiful natural light, perfect for the seamless white background that is on an opposing wall. Our space also has open rooftop access with an amazing view of the NYC skyline.
Our studio is a couple of miles directly east coming from Williamsburg, directly accessible by the J train (via Essex on Manhattan). With some guts, we could literally jump onto the platform out one of our windows, but probably won’t ever do that.
The area of Brooklyn that we are in is filled with small, quaint coffee shops, ethnic food options and plenty of vintage shopping. Travel a little bit closer towards Williamsburg and you will pass some of our favorite options for a mid day break from work.
Also near our new home are some spots for some really good clothing finds! Extremely unique or made in the USA finds a special spot in our hearts so here are some of our favorites in Brooklyn
With a new space like this at our disposal, we have been thinking our hardest how we can best use it. We have come to a couple of conclusions and have exciting plans in the works.