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Workshop 4200


4200 W. Diversey Ave.
The main entrance is on Tripp Ave., close to the corner of Diversey and Tripp. Enter through the large glass doors.




Sat, Oct 14: 10am - 5pm

Sun, Oct 15: Closed

Photography Permitted Washrooms Available Wheelchair Accessible


Workshop 4200 is housed in the former Hammond Organ Factory building, a place that once bustled with craftsmen and engineers meticulously assembling new instruments that would change the course of musical history. Workshop 4200 is a home for all kinds of creators: makers, builders, artists, teachers, performers, designers, engineers and innovators. It is a productive, inspiring environment that encourages the spirit of innovation and nurtures small creative businesses.

Tenants that will have open studios: Zach Balousek Leo Graphics Chicago Artist Nick Fury The DOG + PONY Show TV  Studio 28 Scott Anderson

Visitor Experience

Visitors can explore this large, redeveloped building, home to many artists and small businesses including a candle-making company, a record pressing plant, a gin distillery, miniature model artists, furniture designers, sculptors and more.