The future of community projects and businesses at one of Bristol's biggest centres is in question over fears for the future of the building.
Hamilton House in Stokes Croft is home to 200 organisations, projects and artists - it sees a turnover of more than £20 million a year.
But the possibility of redevelopment is raising questions for those businesses.
Hamilton House has built a reputation for supporting start-up businesses and community groups.
500 people work there, with a long waiting list of entrepreneurs hoping to take advantage of the low rents unavailable elsewhere.
But some have told ITV News that their enterprises could fold if the building's owners convert the site to residential use.
The Bristol Bike Project repair and re-home unwanted bicycles. They've been based at Hamilton House for nine years, and were one of its first tenants.
The building's owners C&C have served notice that they could demand vacant possession of part of the building anytime from the middle of next month.
Management company, Coexist have had a £5.5 million bid to buy the building rejected.
Tenants packed a meeting this afternoon seeking clarity and security - something the owners say they're keen to give.