In this April 28, 2015 photo a man walks through the Soho Factory in Warsaw, Poland. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
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The space once housed weapons and motorbike factories. Today, it is Warsaw's Soho Factory, a hip new space of exhibitions, offices and restaurants. It is now one of several former industrial spaces that have been transformed in recent years into enticing spaces across Warsaw as the Polish capital blooms after 25 years of economic growth.The creation of the Soho Factory area comes amid a larger gentrification of many other former rundown areas in Warsaw, including in the Praga district where it is located, an area across the Vistula River from Warsaw's historic center and business districts.
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