SPark Workshop Launches GoFundMe Campaign
February 20, 2019
Brooklyn Army Terminal’s SPark Workshop is a fabrication studio and maker space, and they’ve launched a GoFundMe campaign to expand on their already-strong offerings. Currently, SPark has 21,000 sq-ft with 15,000 sq-ft of rentable space for startups and entrepreneurs. The space is located in Building A of BAT, on the fifth floor, and has dedicated and shared studios, cubicles and storage lockers as well as a woodshop. Through the GoFundMe campaign, SPark looks to build their team and add classes for the community.
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