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Mordecai Park Interpretive Center: PUBLIC Input Meeting, Schematic Design Review

posted Jul 11, 2012, 10:03 AM by Reid Serozi

Public Input! Schematic Design Review

The Parks and Recreation Department will host a public input meeting for the schematic design of the Mordecai Historic Park Interpretive Center, Thursday, July 12 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Mark's Chapel, Mordecai Historic Park, One Mimosa Street, Raleigh.

Project Background: City Council approved the location and purchase of 1101 Wake Forest Road to serve as the new interpretive center. The originally proposed building program included a vestibule, lobby, reception area, open floor exhibit space to accommodate wall display and moveable modular cases, gift shop, multipurpose room, offices, library/archive, breakroom, restrooms, storage and accessory spaces. The property at 1101 Wake Forest Road consists of nearly half an acre of land and a 4,700 sf house that was constructed in 1920's. The existing house will be renovated to accommodate a revised building program. More information: City of Raleigh Project Site

Public Input Meeting
Thursday July 12, 2012, 7:00pm
St. Mark’s Chapel, Mordecai Historic Park, One Mimosa Street, Raleigh