The brick factory on North Central Avenue at the north end of the city is one of the many businesses that are starting to take shape in the city, as developers are turning the space into what are called residential brick factories.
The brick factories will be built on a site that is currently home to a gas station and a gas-fired pizza oven.
The space is being developed by developer Kalei Architects.
It is not yet clear how much will be left of the brick factory after it is completed.
The first floor is currently occupied by a vacant lot that was recently purchased by Kaleis developer, John M. Hulme.
The building has an attached courtyard and is currently used for weddings, picnics and other gatherings.
In an interview with Recode, Kaleidoscope architect Michael Rieber said the brick warehouse will be the home for the company’s future development efforts.
He said the location and size of the building make it an ideal location for Kaleiss Architectural and Design.
“It is a very natural, open space,” Rieger said.
“It will be ideal for what we want to do in the future.”
He said Kaleides development team is “very happy” to have a brick warehouse on the site.