Bloomington, Indiana (August 2, 2016) – The Bloomington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) will host a public input session on August 11th to gather input from potential occupants and interested stakeholders concerning the Showers Dimension Mill Building. The Dimension Mill, located within the Trades District of the Certified Tech Park (CTP), has been proposed as a collaborative coworking space.

The input session will be led by Mary Krupinsky of Kirkwood Design Studio, whose firm has contracted with the BEDC through an agreement with the City’s Redevelopment Commission to do space programming for the Dimension Mill. The input and needs of stakeholders and interested parties will be worked into the final program. Anyone who feels they could benefit from a collaborative, entrepreneurial environment should feel welcome to come and give their input. This will also be a great opportunity to see the building and envision its future uses.

The session will begin at 5:30pm in the Dimension Mill Building, which is across from Upland Brewery on 11th street. Enter the building from the alleyway entrance. Metered parking is available along Morton Street and 11th Street.

What: Input session on Dimension Mill Building/future collaborative workspace

When: August 11th, 5:30pm

Where: Showers Dimension Mill Building (Across from Upland Brewery)

Why: To give input on the space needs within the future collaborative workspace


About the BEDC

The BEDC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the retention, development and attraction of quality jobs in Monroe County. The BEDC is led by a partnership of private industry leaders, the City of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana University and Ivy Tech Community College–Bloomington. For more information, visit


About Kirkwood Design Studio

Kirkwood Design Studio is an architectural and planning design firm focusing on creative solutions for projects throughout Bloomington and Central Indiana. Their projects have involved a variety of building types and scales, from the individual residential, commercial, public or educational building to the planning and design of complete streetscapes and whole neighborhoods.


Media Contact:

Dana Palazzo, Vice President, BEDC

(812) 335-7346,