Production Language English
Country of Origin United States
Description BAM expands accessible programs with the BAM Karen—part of City’s new spaces for multiple cultural organizations at 300 Ashland Place. The creation of new arts and culture spaces at 300 Ashland Place, including the BAM Karen, was spear headed by the New York Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) in partnership with Two Trees Management, the developer of the building’s residences. The cultural spaces, designated for BAM, 651 Arts, MoCADA, and the Brooklyn Public Library, will occupy the lower floors of 300 Ashland Place, which includes apartments and a Whole Foods market, and is located next to an Apple Store.