THEARC

THEARC PHASE 1

TOWN HALL EDUCATION, ARTS AND RECREATION CAMPUS

NMTC Allocation $9.4MM

The Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus(THEARC) is a 110,000 square-foot arts, education andrecreational facility open to the public.

THEARC was built and is operated by Building Bridges Across the River for the many under served children and adults of East of the River.

Offerings include dance classes, music instruction,fine arts, academics, continuing education, mentoring,tutoring, recreation, medical and dental care, and other services at a substantially reduced cost or no cost at all.

Partner tenants include: The Washington Ballet, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Children’s Hospital, Levine Music, The Girls School, The Boys and Girls Club of Washington, DC, Trinity College and LIFT.

Since its official opening in October 2005, THEARC has already served thousands of residents of the surrounding Southeast DC Community.

 

THEARC PHASE III 

NMTC Allocation $10MM

THEARC Phase III Expansion will complete the existing campus with the construction of a 92,000-square-foot building that will feature a black box theater and five nonprofit organizations.

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