Earlier this year, mHUB announced its relocation to an expanded facility at 1623 W. Fulton Street (formerly 240 N. Ashland Avenue) in Chicago’s Near West Side.

The building is located within a designated Opportunity Zone and planned manufacturing district on a 2-acre site that will increase mHUB’s prototyping and testing facilities and office and convening spaces, making mHUB the largest independent manufacturing innovation center in the country.

Renovations are underway with sights set to be fully moved in by early October.

Learn more about mHUB’s move: https://www.mhubchicago.com/blog/mhub-closes-on-1623-w-fulton

About mHUB:

mHUB is Chicago’s first innovation center for physical product development and manufacturing. mHUB’s members create breakthrough products in robotics, sensors, climate and energy tech, medtech, sustainable manufacturing, and other cutting-edge innovations.

mHUB’s community consists of entrepreneurs, manufacturers, investors, mentors, engineers, and designers, as well as education and industry partners. This diversity of backgrounds and perspectives sparks innovation and leads to opportunities for creative collision and collaboration. mHUB values the scrappiness of the maker and the discipline of the manufacturer. Together, we ensure that Chicago’s legacy remains that of a beacon to a region that builds products, and also the future.

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