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Red Brick Recording Studio - Black Shutters all around

2012-11-09 - 200 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
The completion of the Red Brick Recording Studio is in a fast-paced mode now. The exterior painting is complete and today, Friday, November 9, 2012, black shutters were going on the last Burkesville Street side windows. (Not sure if that's the Edwards' brothers - Ronnie and Donnie from Green County - aloft or not - they did the painting, to everyone's approval). The next big appearance change will come next week, according to Nancy Taylor and Ann Smith in the owner's law office, when the black canopy and maybe the distinctive exterior lights will go up. One thing for sure, the Red Brick Recording Studio building renovation has stirred renewed interest in Downtown Columbia property and possibilities - even in the prospect of more people living in lofts over the shops. Along with the optimistic talk, business on the Square hasn't been better in a long time. - EW

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