I am such a Globe Dye Works fanboy it’s ridiculous. We spent 2 years with this blog documenting the troubles of Frankford it feels so good to be able to blog about something good. So anything I get about the Globe Dye Works I just throw up on the net. They were passing out such a finely crafted brochure at the Layers event that I started sending emails around to see if I could get a PDF of it that I could share on the net. After a couple days of searching, Kristie Landry of L Squared Studios sent it to me and now I’m showing it to you.
It’s got words like “move here and prosper.” Move here as in come to Frankford. And prosper, as in…Frankford. Go figure. And check out this long drink of water:
Frankford is an historic and architecturally rich neighborhood. Its location and building stock make it the perfect neighborhood for an artistic hub. The neighborhood is 10 minutes from Northern Liberties and Fishtown, 15 minutes from Center City and Bala Cynwyd and one hour from the Holland Tunnel. Globe Dye Works is a short walk from the Market/Frankford El and one minute off the Aramingo Exit of I-95.
I know its marketing material and all, but damn, I’m drinking the cool-aid.
[PDF] Globe Dye Works Brochure (1.31MB)