So, what is it exactly? The couple renovated this 1960s fabrication shop into a space to host their two businesses, Urban Asado and Silver Sheep Design, along with other makers in the area. Upon arrival, you might think it’s just another building, but once you walk up, you’ll see it’s anything but ordinary. The large metal door slides aside to reveal a 3,000 sq. ft. space containing a jewelry shop and workspace, art studio, welding shop, craft showcase, beauty bus, and more. Collaborative District invites its guests to explore their artistic side.