How to get here
Ingenuity isn’t the easiest place to find. But it’s pretty cool once you get here. From the intersection of Washington and Main (you’ll see a huge SONO sign), head east on Washington and look for the SoHo Bar. Once you find it you’ll also see a driveway to the left of its entrance. Walk down the alley and you’ll see an awning with our name on it. That’s your destination. Owen will be waiting at the door, but don’t worry, he’s all bark and no bite.
There’s street parking all over SoNo. If you’re not big on parallel parking, there are plenty of public lots and garages nearby. No matter where you park, you’ll find that Ingenuity is in the center of the action.
A place to create
When it came time to pick our home, South Norwalk was an obvious choice. A hub for ideas and the people who bring them to life, SoNo is one of the most diversely unique areas in Connecticut. Back in the 1800s, everything from firearms to shoes was made in large factories here and sent off around the world. And today, the same buildings are home to coworking spaces, art studios, tech startups and creative marketing agencies that are collectively proud to be the new generation of makers in SoNo.