BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building

30 Lafayette Avenue
NY 11217-1486

BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building

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Dating from its first performance in 1861, BAM has grown into a thriving urban arts center that brings international performing arts and film to Brooklyn. Committed to involving the community in its events, BAM offers a variety of free programs for students, families and neighbors. BAM is one of 10 New York City cultural institutions participating in a pilot program exploring sustainable construction and design. An investigative team made up of consultants from Horizon Engineering Associates LLC, e4, inc., and BAM explored the Peter Jay Sharp building’s green capacity, both current and potential. After an exhaustive survey, it was determined that BAM exceeds the national average of entertainment facilities for energy efficiency by 14%. The consultants also noted other strengths, including BAM's commitment to eco-friendly building operations, environmental awareness, and the administrative staff's enthusiastic support and interest in green habit at work and at home.

(718) 636-4100


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