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Amazing is certainly one way to describe the $12 million renovation of the Canal Street property, which includes not only the original United Theatre — which opened as a Vaudeville theater in January 1926 — but the adjacent former Montgomery Ward building.
Architects, homelessness advocates, and elected officials unveiled that design Tuesday afternoon, at a groundbreaking for Y2Y New Haven at its future Grand Avenue headquarters. The 20-bed youth homeless shelter is a collaboration between Youth Continuum and the Y2Y Network that will expand youth-led, peer-led homelessness services in New Haven.
Today, the nonprofit United Theatre is reinventing itself through an ambitious renovation, with the goal of becoming a multipurpose music, cinema and arts space. The complex will include a 650-seat multi-use auditorium, a three-screen first-run cinema, a full-time music, media and arts-education center, the South County bureau for The Public’s Radio, a restaurant, and more.
Today, the U.S. Navy, the UK’s Ministry of Defense, Space Florida and the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast celebrated the completion of the Strategic Weapons System Ashore (SWS Ashore) facility at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Launch Complex 25.

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