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Tow Building is Set for Spring 2018

The Tow Center is set to open next semester after a long period of construction. PHOTO/ Adam Zaki
The Tow Center is set to open next semester after a long period of
construction. PHOTO/ Adam Zaki

By Adam Zaki

Published: October 11th, 2017

The Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts is on track to open in the Spring 2018 semester, according to college officials. Brooklyn College’s newest building is now preparing for providing full function to students and faculty after a highly anticipated wait.

“The Tow building is nearing completion,” Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Joseph Giovannelli said in a statement to The Excelsior. 

 “Our contractors are beginning to finalize the interior and will begin their punch list process in several weeks.”

There is some additional work that needs to be done on the building before it can open, including some last minute constructions and bureaucratic dealings with New York City officials.

“Additionally, the exterior construction continues to progress,” Giovannelli said.

“We expect to receive our certificate of occupancy before the new year.”

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