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The new headquarters in Pasay was designed by Jorge Ramos. The Senate transferred to the GSIS Building in 1997, after sitting at the Old Congress Building in Manila. President Joseph Estrada, comparing the Old Congress Building and the GSIS building, said that the latter looks like a bank, while the former had character and ambiance. Usage by the GSISThe GSIS houses a museum, the GSIS Museo ng Sining, in the building. It's theater hosted the funeral of former Senate President Jovito Salonga in 2016. Usage by the SenateThe Senate, which meets in a separate place from the House of Representatives which is in the Batasang Pambansa Complex, rents usage of the building from the GSIS. In 2009, Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago urged the Senate to build its own building, as they are paying 7.8 million pesos for the building and 500,000 pesos for the parking lot, every month. This totaled to almost 100 million pesos in a year. By 2017, Senator Panfilo Lacson, who is also the chairman of the Committee on Accounts, said that the Senate has paid 2.24 billion pesos to the GSIS since 1996. Arguing that the Senate could've paid for a new building with this amount, there had been moves to find a new building for the Senate. The Manila Film Center was suggested, but due to urban legends of it being haunted by the ghosts of the construction workers who died building it, the Senate decided to look for other options. Lacson spearheaded a successful vote approving the transfer of the Senate to a new building in Taguig. During the COVID-19 pandemic in Metro Manila, the building was locked down when a visitor of the Senate tested positive to the coronavirus disease 2019. The Senate has its museum in the building. Other usageThe Philippine Olympic Committee announced that it will hold a special election for its officers in 2019 after meeting at the building.

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Plans for a new building

The museum currently shares a building with the Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce at 1301 N. White Sands Blvd. In 2006 the City of Alamogordo received a $300,000 grant from the State Legislature to buy a historic adobe building at the corner of White Sands Blvd. and Tenth Street as a new home for the museum. The Museum had planned to move by the end of 2008, but as of July 2008 this plan has stalled due to lack of money to renovate the building.

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New Building (2011-2013)

The new building started in 2011 with the Food Pod complete in September 2011. The Horsa Huts replacement started in March 2012 and phase 1 which includes new science labs, humanities classes plus languages and new changing rooms finished just before the Half term in February 2013. In Oct 2012 the food pod had to have a new roof due to builders not being satisfied with the original one. The new building was opened after Easter 2013

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Unification in new building

The mergerBy 1903, Washington Heights was on the verge of urbanization. The Broadway subway line was begun in 1900. It opened for service from City Hall to 145th Street on October 27, 1904 and to 157th Street on November 5, 1904, and would extend to 242nd Street in 1908. As a direct consequence of the subway's opening, between 1905 and 1920 the population of Manhattan above 125th Street grew by 265 percent. The development of "high class" elevator apartments to house the influx of new residents to Washington Heights and other neighborhoods soon followed.:12 In March 1903, the North Church and the Washington Heights Church made plans to merge and build a new church in that neighborhood. The Presbytery of New York, governing body of the Presbyterian Church in the city, voted its preliminary approval on June 30, the combination purchased the site for the new building in December, and plans for the new church were filed with the Buildings Department in April 1904. The two congregations began worshipping together in the Fall of 1904 and in February 1905, with construction underway, the Presbytery gave formal approval and the union was finalized. The name was to be North Presbyterian Church, the pastor was to be Rev. Sexton, and Rev. Bliss would become pastor emeritus. The trustees had planned to purchase land immediately adjacent to the existing church on 155th Street, to replace it with a larger one, but could not come to terms with the landowner. In December 1903, they settled for a midblock plot 150 feet long on 155th Street, and 100 feet deep.:8:3-5 The Washington Heights Church and the land under it were sold. It was being used to store balloons when it caught fire on March 26, 1908, and was destroyed. The new churchThe new North Presbyterian Church was dedicated Sunday morning, November 5, 1905, beginning a period of dedicatory events through November 24. The church was commissioned from the architectural firm Bannister and Schell, which later designed the Harlem Savings Bank (1907, today called the Apple Bank for Savings, 124 East 125th Street) and the Holyrood Church (179th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, 1911-1914). Edwin Outwater was the builder and the superintendent of construction was Professor Collins P. Bliss, head of the engineering department of New York University, and son of the pastor emeritus. Rev. Sexton was reported to have formulated the general plan.:8:3-5 The English Gothic design exemplifies a change in church architecture fashion at that time from Romanesque Revival to Gothic Revival. The faade, of smooth, gray brick, limestone, and terra cotta, comprises the sanctuary on the east and parish house on the west, with a 110-foot clock tower, atop the narthex, between them. The sanctuary's sloping floor has wooden pews, facing east, that curve around the main altar space. A balcony provides seating around the north, south, and west sides. The narthex and sanctuary have stained glass skylights. The capacity is 1,000 people.:7:2-3 The three-story parish house had a Sunday school with three main rooms and eight classrooms, a library, and private offices for the school superintendent and the secretary. There was a study for the pastor, an apartment for the janitor's family, a boardroom, a kitchen, and a recreation room. Many members of the 9th Avenue church, although not all, moved with it to Washington Heights.:8:5 Rev. Sexton died July 3, 1907, after two weeks' illness, age 54. The sixth pastor of North Church, Rev. John R. Mackay, was installed March 17, 1908. The congregation grew from 664 in 1906 to 1,471 by 1918. In the 1920s, the church had the fourth largest congregation in the Presbytery of New York City. In 1923 a community center, with a gymnasium, a swimming pool, classrooms, and a kitchen, was built adjacent to the parish house to its west. The two-story building, designed by architect Eli Benedict, a member of the church, was called Memorial House to commemorate the men who died in World War I.:8:5 Early in 1926, Rev. Mackay submitted his resignation, effective December 6, after which the pulpit was filled by Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Smith, for many years secretary of the Evangelistic Committee of New York City, for seven weeks.

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