Newly renovated, historic building is an 1,800 square-foot center with an open floor plan, great for a variety of small events. Amenities include a small warming kitchen and restrooms in rear. Capacity 100 persons. Built in the early 1900s, this building operated as Covington's fire department until 1972, when a new station was built on North Jefferson Avenue. In those days, the dispatcher and his family lived on the second floor, and the firefighters were all local volunteers. It is now a single-height space with overhead garage doors and large, exterior patios.