Hyattsville Nears Last Stages of Turning Arcade Into Performance Space

Historic building may become public access performing arts space in the county's arts and entertainment district. By Theresa Barry (view article online on Hyattsville Patch)

Hyattsville's Arcade building, hidden under a coat of mustard yellow paint, may become the city's largest public access performing arts space in the Prince George's County Gateway Arts and Entertainment District. The nonprofit Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, which oversaw the complete gutting of the structure at 4318 Gallatin St., is awaiting final permits for facade work in the coming year, said Stuart Eisenberg, executive director of the organization.

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