The Writer's Studio is a 400 square-foot room on the third floor offering a bed, work table, desk, chairs, wardrobe, private bath with clawfoot tub, and spiral staircase to the rooftop created by the 100W Collective. A single, 10-foot, arched window illuminates this room.  The International Order of the Odd Fellows Fraternity responsible for this building's 1898 construction, congregated in this Antechamber room before entering the Encampment Hall for private meetings and ceremonies complete with costumed performances. 100W has repurposed the 2400 square-foot Encampment hall for private artist-in-residence studio space. Note that the third floor is shared by only two residents, one artist and one writer. By maintaining the original floor plan and architectural details, the Antechamber (Writer's Studio) is still a passthrough on one side of the room, to access the Encampment Hall (Artist's Studio). An adjustable, sliding wall spans the width of the Writer's Studio to provide privacy when desired for the writer resident's bed and workspace. A kitchen, dining and living room are shared by three residents on the Second Floor.