QUOTE(slowmotion @ Sep 24 2010, 10:58 AM)
It is still a firetrap and the rents are too high for anyone to afford it. You don't put exposed sound board on the walls, it is crushed cardboard and lites up like an inferno from the simplest spark or flame, and in an old warehouse like CRS, nobody can get out. If the building inspector takes a walk through, you are shut down immediately. Just remember the station nightclub fire. Commercial building codes call for 5/8" sheet rock on all exposed surfaces where you have people congregating for good reason . . . so they all don't burn up by crushed cardboard soundboard with no way out of an abandon warehouse. Its not a basement where you can do whatever with no regard to safety and burn your own house down, the CRS building was meant for storage not people, so violating building codes is a no no.
A few people apparently disagree with you.
A look at your 12 posts makes it pretty obvious which rehearsal complex you own/work at/are affiliated with. At least I am being honest about who I am.
Thanks again to our loyal tenants.