Jerome L. Greene Performance Space

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project at a glance

The Jerome and L. Green Performance Space is a 2,300 square foot live entertainment venue for WNYC Radio with a 125-seat theater that was built in conjunction with a three-floor office and studio fit-out for WNYC in the same building as part of the relocation of WNYC’s offices, control rooms and production facilities. 

The Green Perfomance Space is used for live broadcasts of the station’s regular shows, special concerts and audio theater, as well as timely political debates and interviews. The reconfigurable wooden stage contains robotic cameras. To cancel noise from the subway lines running beneath the studio, a six-inch poured concrete floor slab was lifted four inches above the original floor with a spring puck system, which uses 136 pucks. Low-wattage LED theatrical lighting and a stage made of renewable bamboo contributed to this project’s LEED Silver rating.

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