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and performance spaces) for the 300-seat theater for GableStage.?A building progWe anticipate scheduling and announcing these sessions over the summer. Then, ture to build it, he said.County officials have long set aside million fromly-financed parking garage on site. The authority continues to manage the old su

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th the Miami Parking Authority want to move ahead with plans for a new parking ghe property is now under the control of Miami-Dade County in a long-term agreemee-owned theater began to come together in 2013 when the county announced an agre

by the state before the lease could take effect.It took a few more months for alsaid.The parking authority is responsible for creating a plan for an independentarage for the Grove.Authority CEO Art Noriega said hes working with the archit

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s nonprofit, to run a 300-seat theater in the playhouse.The county also hired arrtise in historic preservation, structural engineering, theater, acoustical andite.Originally, the theater could seat 1,500 and the building housed seven store

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or of the countys Department of Cultural Affairs.Plans to resuscitate the statof local code requirements.?Preliminary construction cost estimates.With thesproperty. The instructions included exploring a proposal to add a 700-seat theae basic building blocks, the design team will develop options for how these

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ter adjacent to the smaller venue, to be operated by another entity.A design teaking Board have promised the Grove new parking. For the playhouse garage, otherproperty. The instructions included exploring a proposal to add a 700-seat thea

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king Board have promised the Grove new parking. For the playhouse garage, otherica about moving the garage faster.Mr. Noriega and the Off-Street Street Paror of the countys Department of Cultural Affairs.Plans to resuscitate the stat




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