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  Provincetown Town Hall Reopens

November 2010: Provincetown Town Hall celebrated its reopening on November 20 in a rededication ceremony that included entertainers, local and state officials, and the cheers of hundreds of local citizens that gathered in the newly renovated auditorium for the ribbon cutting ceremony. The historic town hall is the cornerstone of municipal and tourist activities in this cultural Cape Cod community. The historic building also contains a virtual museum of paintings by local artists, many of whom are nationally recognized and renowned. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the building was designed by noted Boston architect John A. Fox in the elegant Victorian style.

McGinley Kalsow led the design team that undertook the comprehensive exterior and interior renovation/restoration, addressed programmatic and accessibility improvements, new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, new chiller and sensitive restoration of the auditorium. The replication of decorative finishes and lighting in the auditorium was partially funded by the Massachusetts Historical Commission. The project was recognized by the Provincetown Historical Commission with a Preservation Award during the rededication ceremony.

 
     
           
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