Transitioning Route One with Performing Arts?

Hyattsville residents support performing arts facility for the Arcade building on Gallatin Street. By Lonni Moffet (view opinion article online at Patch)

Dancing, live music, classrooms, conferences, a cable TV studio, art space, community meeting space, a museum and visitor's center – these are among possible uses for 4318 Gallatin St. discussed at a community meeting held Dec. 8 at Hyattsville City Hall. Hosted by the city, the Hyattsville Planning Committee and the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, residents were treated to a presentation about this building now being called The Arcade. (Previously, it had been called the "mustard" building or sometimes just "4318.")

--- Part of the Transitions series on Hyattsville Patch

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