Planned improvements throughout the building include re-facing walls, replacing ceiling tiles, painting classrooms, hallways, lobby and waiting areas, installing new flooring (carpets and tiles), painting murals in theatre’s backstage area.
The school owns and operates its historic four-story building in the BAM Cultural Area of Fort Greene, in the heart of the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District. The facility includes private lesson classrooms, dance studios, and a professional 266-seat Spanish Style proscenium theatre.
For more,visit www.homedepotfoundation.org.
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