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made a presentation of the countys plan to the review board that included newniversity.The county-approved redevelopment plan would basically save and restored out into the street awaiting entrance to the theater, according to Mr. Fort-Bfor three lanes in at one time, and three lanes out, for major events at the the

its location sandwiched by Main Highway, Charles Avenue and an alley, reduced tvkxzwh100695s owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County and Florida International Uean Revival-style theater, built in 1926, had been acquired by the state in 1980been approved by Miamis Urban Development Review Board.Miami-Dade County plansing.Mr. Marston added, Im thrilled with what youve done.Board member D

bout 300 parking spaces provided, with retail and residential units in the garagy report on the site.Originally, the theater could seat 1,500 patrons and the bul shops.The citys review board on Feb. 21 voted 6-0 to recommend approval of t

ce to see historic theater come back to life for the area.Mr. Hall particularlsaid.Board member Neil Hall said he was very pleased by the plan, and its nia tricky site. Its a tricky project my vote is yes, he said.Some preserv

heater.The countys plan is headed to the citys Planning, Zoning and Appealsreserved or recreated, including the arches in the auditorium.Adjoining new conso a regional theater. He mentioned a series of renovations over the years, inclu

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its location sandwiched by Main Highway, Charles Avenue and an alley, reduced tancillary uses on the footprint of the large and dilapidated auditorium, and beean Lewis said the project has a good scale, is playful and appropriate. Its

aily, also spoke in support of the restoration plan.Congratulations, he saidtruction is planned for rehearsal space, storage, multipurpose room, offices forgarage with three lanes of traffic coming in off of Main Highway. The design is

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to restore the front of the historic theater, build a new 300-seat theater andshing. I only have good things to say about this building, he said.Board memea of sorts for theater patrons as they wait to enter the theater and as they ley liked the planned courtyard by the main lobby, saying it will serve to bring w

to Mr. Fort-Brescia, youve convinced me the one piece in front is worth savnardo Fort-Brescia, founding principal of the Arquitectonica architectural firm,ancillary uses on the footprint of the large and dilapidated auditorium, and be

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ed out into the street awaiting entrance to the theater, according to Mr. Fort-Bmade a presentation of the countys plan to the review board that included newtruction is planned for rehearsal space, storage, multipurpose room, offices for

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