‘Cultural Corridor’ Proposed for Northern Berkshires

From the New York Times:

The project, intended to draw more visitors to the northern Berkshires and to help the economy of North Adams in particular, would include a new contemporary art museum, the renovation of a 1938 movie palace and the building of what Mr. Krens calls a museum for “extreme model railroading and contemporary architecture,” all in or near North Adams. The plan was announced at a news conference in North Adams.

This looks amazing and would make the Berkshires day-trip draw even stronger. This is all very early in the process but I sincerely hope this makes it through all the red tape.

Rendering: Gluckman Tang Architects

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