The Factory Atlanta is a project that is the end of one dream and the start of another, but no matter whose dream it is, it's the dream of our family to build something that will last.
The sewing machine on the left and the tool cart on the right belong to my parents who were immigrants from Korea. My mom was a seamstress who built a business making uniforms which is still in operation today. My father built a business renting linens and textiles to some of the largest and most prestigious venues and restaurants in Atlanta. He sold the business in February 2016 and retired.
The building sat empty for one year before we decided to start the Factory Atlanta. Now we're interested in helping people with their projects, their celebrations, and their milestone days.
I hope we can help you with your next concept and vision.
- Regina Weir