A local firm designed this angular red brick and glass complex housing a $9.2 million civic center, with the 1,700-seat Monfort Concert Hall and 240-seat Hensel-Phelps Theater and a recreation center to the north. Entered through a small ticketing area, the building opens to an expansive atrium with a southeast glass wall and sweeping stairway to two balcony levels.
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Union Colony Civic Center
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