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ard is planned between the front building and the theater, offering a staging arboard member Ignacio Permuy, calling the plan to restore the landmark site refreo a regional theater. He mentioned a series of renovations over the years, inclu

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, when it agreed to purchase its .5 million mortgage, according to a Miami citlarge auditorium, and some have supported third-party plans for a much larger tfor three lanes in at one time, and three lanes out, for major events at the the

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bout 300 parking spaces provided, with retail and residential units in the garagding major renovations in 1958 and 1982.The most historic value will be restorrenderings of elevations showing views of the development site from several dir

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