Upon arrival in Williamsburg in August of 2014, it became apparent to artist Lindsay Garcia that this town is the perfect depiction capitalist expansion and contraction through its architectural spaces. While it maintains the illusion of shiny, pristine suburbia, the town has myriads of examples of empty buildings. These spaces are not only rundown abandoned edifices from businesses going out of business or moving into newer buildings in different areas of town. They are also spaces that continue to be built and are un-lease-able due to the small size of Williamsburg and James City County. This archive aims to document these spaces as historical objects in juxtaposition to the “proper” historic buildings in Colonial Williamsburg and as spaces in which multiple plant, animal, and insect species, flows of information, and outdated technologies eclipse them.