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ABOUT

An oasis for sparking collaboration and innovation, Greylock WORKS is reviving a 240,000 SF cotton-spinning mill in the Berkshires. The stunning campus hosts a co-work space, a Culinary LAB, and a craft distillery. Event bookings for wedding, conferences, and cultural gatherings can be made in gWorks’ extraordinary Weave Shed or Engine House.  Current work includes the Berkshire Cider Project, a farm-to-table restaurant, and 50 spacious LOFTS with unparalleled views of the surrounding Berkshire hills.

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gWORKS EVENTS

Greylock WORKS is producing synergistic collaborations with established and emerging talent in the region to create experiences infused with local flavor and a healthy dose of the exotic.

CONTEXT

Surrounded by an abundance of culture and intellect, the sister communities of North Adams & Williamstown are home to Mass MoCA, MCLA, Williams College, the Clark Institute, Williams College Museum of Art, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

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FOOD CULTURE

Supporting the exemplary agricultural and sustainable values of the Berkshires, Greylock WORKS is creating a nexus for craft food producers to thrive.

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Famous for its culture scene, the Berkshires area is becoming known for its food and spirits and artisans, too.

Food & Wine magazine

The easy days of summer – meet world class museums and cultural festivals

Conde Nast Traveler

New attractions and renovations are making their mark on the country’s cultural, natural and culinary landscape.

New York Times

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CONTACT INFO

We want to hear from you!

If you have any questions about Greylock WORKS, the team, and our vision, please reach out to us.

508 State Road, North Adams MA 01247

work@greylockworks.com

3 hours from Boston

3.5 hours from New York

1 hour from Albany Train Station

1.5 hours from Hudson Train Station

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Special thanks for our photography to Matt Kay, Levi Miller, Adams Library, Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine, The Rasers, Nina Cochran, & LATENT Productions.