Construction on the P.A.C.E. center started last year and seemed to go so slowly at first, but now finally you can start to see the structure of what is to come. There are some bricks on exterior walls, the main entrance is visible and the roof is almost complete thanks to the wonderful warm and dry weather we’ve been enjoying so far in Parker CO.
Remember the roundabout that everyone has hated since the day it went in? Well that’s gone now too in case you haven’t been up Mainstreet in awhile.
The Town of Parker considers the project to be 50% completed and are beginning to take tentative holds for renting space.
You can follow along with the progress via photos that are posted on the P.A.C.E. Center Facebook page here.
The PACE Center (opening fall 2011) will be home to a 500-seat theater, 250-seat amphitheater, beautiful event room with a catering kitchen, art gallery, dance studio, media lab and several classrooms.
The Town of Parker was excited to be nominated this year for the 2010 Governors Arts Award and congratulates the City of Fort Collins for winning the title. Cultural Director Jeannene Bragg, Mayor David Casiano, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and Councilmember Amy Holland were in attendance at the celebration.
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