The Education and Community Center (ECC) of the Korean Church of Boston is a state-of-the-art $4.2 million architectural project which was just completed in September 2010.  It contains numerous function rooms (seating 10 to 100 individuals) and features an architectural award-winning amphitheater perfect for musical performances.  These facilities are available for community use.

“We’re very proud of our new space and grateful that we can share it with the community,” stated Pastor Young Ghil Leeof the KCB.  “The possibilities are endless; there’s an auditorium and stage for musical performances, brand-new meeting rooms with plenty of light and windows.  Great care was given to making the space feel welcoming and we’re hoping that members of the Brookline community will enjoy this facility.”

The award-winning, fully handicap-accessible ECC project was designed by Brian Healy Architects of Somerville, MA, constructed by Kang Suk Construction, Inc. of Whitestone, NY and managed by Daedalus Projects, Inc. of Boston.