The goal is to reopen the pool and provide a year-round recreation center, while preserving the existing landmark buildings and their unique archways.
“The brickwork is going to be replaced. It’ll be brick that matches exactly how it is now,” explained Martin Maher of the Parks Department.
The pool will not be as large as the original. Instead, it will be reconfigured to a U-shaped design accommodating 2,500 people. The middle will be a beach area in the summer and turn into an ice staking rink in the winter. Outdoor pavilions will be added on site to serve as changing stations.
Looks like what we already knew is now official. No more shows.