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Canyon Run Complex

2212-22 S Jefferson Avenue

The former Canyon Run Motorcycle Complex at 2212-22 S Jefferson houses a variety of retail, restaurant, maker spaces, and artist studios. Local artists that work out of 2222 include woodworkers, welders, photographers, furniture designers, and more.

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Milque Toast

Purveyors of fine milks, toasts and happiness. Co-owner Colleen Clawson envisions Milque Toast Bar as an inclusive place where everyone can enjoy and afford to eat, where artists and families can come together, and where all can share a good meal.

Milque Toast's Website

South Jefferson MCM

South Jefferson Mid Century Modern offers the largest selection of mid-century retro furniture and home wares in the St. Louis region. In addition to their Saturday sales, co-owners Jamal (pictured) and Todd host a mid-century furniture auction on theĀ first Thursday of every month.

South Jefferson MCM on Instagram

STL Reclamation Arts

St. Louis Reclamation Arts, founded by Basil Kincaid, revitalizes disenfranchised and abandoned neighborhoods in St. Louis and abroad by transforming forgotten objects and areas into high art, exposing inequity through education, promoting community advocacy efforts, and initiating public discourse.

Visit Basil's Website

Ellie Shepley

Metal worker Ellie Shepley uses recycled and re-purposed materials to create custom artwork as well as functional pieces for residential, commercial, and municipal clients. Her work has been featured locally and nationally.

Check out Ellie's Sunflower Project

Peat Wollaeger

Peat is a stenSOUL artist known globally for colorful stencil portraits, large scale murals and his signature EYEZ waking up in-animate objects on the Street.

Peat incorporates his stencils and art in various short time lapse films which help his audience understand the stencil process, and his creative passion to wake up this world.

Visit Peat's Website

Anew Nature

Anew Nature is a St. Louis based furniture restoration and design house. Founded by Robert and Erica Karleskint, Anew Nature partnered with Mission: St. Louis, a local non-profit to teach vocational skills to marginalized inner city men.

Anew Nature offers uniquely designed and manufactured furniture, re-finishing and re-designing services, as well as training classes. Robert works out of the Kinloch building, located a couple buildings north of the Canyon Run Complex.

Anew Nature's Website

Jac Langheim

Jac Langheim creates high fashion clothing that is both beautiful and wearable. Focusing primarily, but not entirely, on latex designs, Jac has distinguished herself in the fashion world and designed for the stars including Lady Gaga, among others. Her designs bring luxury to an unlikely material.

 

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Nate Burrell Photography

A photographer looking at life from a rock and roll perspective. Based in St. Louis, but often out and about with clients nationwide, Nate provides an all-encompassing look at today’s musical landscape. From soundcheck to the soundboard, studio recording sessions, artist portraiture, tour photography and album packaging concepts, Nate works with musicians, labels, and publications to give an all-access look at music makers from around the world.

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History

The complex at 2222 S Jefferson Avenue was builtin 1906. Originally a carriage repair facility, the building was later used as an auto shop. Most recently, it was home to the Canyon Run Motorcycle Complex. Today, the building houses local St. Louis artists and artisans.

Rent a Studio at 2222

If you're interested in renting a studio at 2222 S Jefferson, drop us a line.

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