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Faison Firehouse

While assessing the significance of any building and architectural creation, many observations are taken into consideration. These considerations reflect the role of the building, its past history, and future relationship within the context of connections within the neighborhood and community. The Faison Firehouse Theater, located in the neighborhood of Harlem on 6 Hancock Place has held a significant role throughout its time, still continuing its important standing to this day. A various amount of significance was determined, through research about the architect, the building’s assessment within program changes, the owners, as well as the predominant impact 6 Hancock Place has made in Harlem.