Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Fisher Building

PROJECT DETAILS

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) is a thriving urban arts center that brings international performing arts and film to Brooklyn since 1861. Located at 321 Ashland Place-around the corner from BAM’s Peter Jay Sharp Building, the new 27,000 SF facility was designed for LEED Gold certification. The building features a 250 to 299-seat theatre rehearsal room, theatre support spaces and amenities, archives facilities, and approximately 3,500 SF of administrative space. This project is LEED gold certified with the USGBC and has sustainable features including no- or low-volatile organic compound materials, use of day-lighting and sun shades, storm water collection and re-use energy efficient mechanical and lighting systems, building management systems and a green roof.

LEED GOLD

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Fisher Building is LEED gold certified with the USGBC and has sustainable features including no- or low-volatile organic compound materials, use of day-lighting and sun shades, storm water collection and re-use, energy efficient mechanical and lighting systems, building management systems, and a green roof.

LOCATION:

BROOKLYN, NY

SECTOR:

CULTURAL PROJECT

VALUE:

$30 Million

SIZE:

SQ FT

SCOPE

New construction and partial renovation of 42,000 SF facility

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