Thursday, September 23, 2010

Recycled and Reborn

A hot new trend in urban redevelopment is the adaptive reuse of buildings no longer needed for their original purposes transformed into hotels, museums, and other types of venues and visitor attractions. Transformed firehouses, prisons, and textile mills throughout New England receive new life as the adapted venues become attractive and available meeting spaces. Meeting planners looking for structures with intriguing history and architecture can find a number of options throughout the New England region.

“Recycled and Reborn”. MeetingsEast. September 2010, Volume 10:6.

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