Building D is where the Institute of Jazz Music is based. It was opened on 5 October 2009, after a thorough redevelopment and adaptive reuse of the preserved part of a 19th-century plant and warehouse complex located in the conservation and archaeological protection zone. For this reason, the redevelopment was carried out in close consultation with the conservation officer, in line with the original design by Wrocław architect dr Stanisław Lose. The redevelopment of Building D was completed as part of the project called Extension of the Academy of Music in Wrocław – Construction of a music and educational hall with infrastructure. POIS.11.03.00-00-028/09 under Measure 11.3 Infrastructure of Art Education, Priority XI – Culture and Cultural Heritage of the Infrastructure and Environment Operational Programme 2007-2013. The project was co-financed by the European Union from the funds of the European Regional Development Fund under the Infrastructure and Environment Programme.
Located in the new part of the Academy's campus Building E, feeds into the concept of campus extension from Zelwerowicza St. and connecting this part of the campus with its historic part from Jana Pawła II St.