Windows on Gay Street

Kevin Adams gallery and studio plans approved by ARB.

Architectural plans approved last Wednesday by the Washington Architectural Review Board for the former Stonyman Gourmet Farmer building on Gay Street mostly included artist Kevin Adams’ and husband Jay Brown’s plans for a few more windows, a low-profile skylight and two-window dormer (the latter two changes on the building’s rear, west-facing side). The action was taken by the ARB even though no official action had yet come on the sale of the property — from a partnership managed by real estate agent Jimmie DeBergh to the Inn at Little Washington, which reportedly had plans to subdivide it or lease the mercantile building to Adams to use as a studio and gallery.

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