Clear for Landing

The parking lots may not be the most glamorous element of the WaterFire Arts Center, but with nearly two dozen employees and WaterFire’s need to truck thousands of pounds of equipment two and from every event, they are absolutely vital. The paving of the West end of the building, which will also house our main entrance, is nearly complete. With enough space for about 40 vehicles, the WaterFire Arts Center is well equipped for its daily traffic of staff and visitors.

 

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