Nov. 6, 2010
So, Exciting! The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Annual Service Day selected 90 Windsor Street as their 2010 service day project. Also assisted by the Boston Architectural College (BAC), design students, volunteers, and local youth helped to give a new face to the future community center site. Installments of murals representing neighborhood desires for the use of the space and an information kiosk directly in front to allow for displays of historical neighborhood information as well as neighborhood activities, and project updates. A Banner and color flags were installed along Melnea Cass Blvd. as well to invite folks to share the vision for the future site of the Cultural Agri-Arts Center and an involved and thriving neighborhood.
The project finale will include another window installation on what is currently the front side of the building and a portable kiosk that can be used at local events.
Thanks NOMA and BAC for your continued committment!