Museum of the NCAAA at Tremont Crossing

National Center for Afro- American Artists Museum


Size

31,000 sf

Location

Roxbury, MA

Project type

Institutional / Public

Client

P-3 Partners LLC

Cost

$13.5 million

Completion Date

tbd

Project Overview

DREAM Collaborative has been engaged by P-3 Partners LLC, the group behind Tremont Crossing, the proposed new 1.2 million sf mixed-use commercial development which has been approved to go forward bythe BPDA. DREAM will provide architectural design services for the fit-out of a 31,000 sf museum for the National Center for Afro-American Artists. The Museum of the NCAAA will be the cultural anchor of the new development and create a spacious, accessible, and high-visibility home for the museum’s galleries, special exhibitions, performances, and educational events.

Key Features

  • Interior fit-out
  • Flexible space planning
  • Special event / meeting space
  • Energy efficiency/LEED
A MESSAGE FROM DREAM

Moving Forward in the Age of COVID-19

During these times of extraordinary disruption, DREAM Collaborative remains steadfast in our belief that architecture should work toward the Greater Good. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, lines have been blurred and we’re seeing opportunities all around us to reimagine the way we live, work, and organize our society and our spaces. We are honored to play a part in the transition toward a renewed society that prioritizes well-being, equity, and innovation.

As partners, we’re bringing our curiosity and the diversity of our perspectives to conversations about how design and development will need to evolve in a post-COVID world. We’re convening panel discussions and reaching out to other minority and women-owned businesses to brainstorm solutions to the unique and compounded challenges we face. Most importantly, we’re committed to providing the highest level of service and support to our valued clients and partners in the community, who we know are also being pushed to the limits of their resources and ingenuity in order to thrive in this historic moment.