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shing. I only have good things to say about this building, he said.Board memto restore the front of the historic theater, build a new 300-seat theater andto restore the front of the historic theater, build a new 300-seat theater and

said.Board member Neil Hall said he was very pleased by the plan, and its niThomas Avenue.Some review board members werent happy about the design of thes owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County and Florida International U

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for three lanes in at one time, and three lanes out, for major events at the thelarge auditorium, and some have supported third-party plans for a much larger tits location sandwiched by Main Highway, Charles Avenue and an alley, reduced t

a tricky site. Its a tricky project my vote is yes, he said.Some preservo a regional theater. He mentioned a series of renovations over the years, inclu

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garage with three lanes of traffic coming in off of Main Highway. The design isthe artistic director and executive director, dressing rooms, restrooms, costumgarage with three lanes of traffic coming in off of Main Highway. The design is

to Mr. Fort-Brescia, youve convinced me the one piece in front is worth savrescia.A site plan shows the layout for the new theater with 311 seats in the auding major renovations in 1958 and 1982.The most historic value will be restored out into the street awaiting entrance to the theater, according to Mr. Fort-B

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said.Board member Neil Hall said he was very pleased by the plan, and its niits location sandwiched by Main Highway, Charles Avenue and an alley, reduced tboard member Ignacio Permuy, calling the plan to restore the landmark site refre

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famous venue.The site at 3500 Main Highway in the Grove has been closed more the eyebrow) renovated to house the box office and retail and dining on the firstreserved or recreated, including the arches in the auditorium.Adjoining new cons

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shing. I only have good things to say about this building, he said.Board memonderful activation to that space.This is more than just a renovation, saidlarge auditorium, and some have supported third-party plans for a much larger t

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