Legal problems resolved, St. Ann’s Warehouse is now free to proceed with its new theater space, the renderings for which were posted Wednesday by The Architect’s Newspaper and reblogged by Curbed. As previously reported, the romantic ruins will stay, while a modern and minimal building will rise within. A nearby space under the Brooklyn Bridge will become a public garden, complete with a cafe with outdoor seating.
Curtains Up: St. Ann’s to Transform a Warehouse [TAN]
St. Ann’s Warehouse Moves Forward with H-3 Designed Theater [Curbed]
Tobacco Warehouse to St. Ann’s in Bridge Park Deal [Brownstoner]
Judge Rules Tobacco Warehouse is Public Parkland [Brownstoner]
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