Next year, Artists for Humanity (AFH) plans to move into a new 23,500-square-foot building in South Boston – with art studios, offices, exhibition galleries, and, it’s safe to say, “green” expectations.
The nonprofit organization, which operates afterschool art programs for inner-city Boston teens, is spending about $6 million on the building. The exterior will be constructed from recycled corrugated metal. Interior light fixtures will be energy-efficient. The facility will use solar panels...
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