On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission gave a unanimous thumbs-up to H3 Hardy Collaboration Architects' design for the proposed Richard B. Fisher Building, reports the Brooklyn Eagle. The design preserves the existing facade and front portion of the existing two-story building at 321 Ashland Place currently being used by Brooklyn Music & Arts and adds a new six-story structure behind it. The Fisher building will house a performing arts center as well as some more flexible theater and rehearsal space. Work is slated to begin next spring with a target completion date of two years later.
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