The Epic Center is a 41,000 square foot four-story building located in downtown Kalamazoo. Opening in 2000, it is a community center for the arts and culture in the greater Kalamazoo area.
The Epic Center features a community box office, a restaurant, a retail space, two modern performance theatre spaces, and the offices of ten cultural and artistic organizations. The Epic Center also is host to many events and meetings by local and visiting groups and businesses who enjoy the aesthetics, convenience, and artistic experience.
Inside, the Epic Center is headquarters for the following Partners: Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, Black Arts & Cultural Center, Crescendo Academy of Music, Education for the Arts, Central City Tap House, Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre, Fontana Chamber Arts, Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival, Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, Nature Connection, Public Media Network, Stulberg String Competition, and Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers.
Arcus Depot is a 14,000 square foot restored and adapted 19th Century railway depot located on the corner of East Michigan Avenue and Pitcher Street in downtown Kalamazoo.
It was renovated in 2003 (winning a State of Michigan Historic Preservation Award) and again when it became the Kalamazoo Community Foundation’s home in 2014. It’s also on the Michigan Register of Historic Places.
Airview Center is a 37,000 square foot signature office building located near the I-94 Portage Road interchange in Kalamazoo. It is adjacent to the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport and Stryker world headquarters.
Airview Center features a convenient location for I-94 and US 131 access, secure entry system, large passenger elevator, all-access fitness center, and generous parking.