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of a theater, and the new construction of a public parking garage with residentents of the state before the lease could take effect.It took a few more months fial units at the individually designated historic site known as the Coconut Grov

g its redevelopment plan for the property.The redevelopment plan would basicallyGables nonprofit, to run a 300-seat theater in the playhouse.The county hired arappropriateness for the partial demolition of the structure, the reconstruction

elaborate entrance, according to a county report.Significant alterations focusedMiami city commissioners this week, as preservationists try to reverse a decisiween the authority and county officials, Mr. Noriega said the garage will serve

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certificate of appropriateness was sought by Miami-Dade County, which controls tor more than a decade, as state, county and city officials debated its fate.Thef the building is arranged as two wings that hug the sidewalk, bridged by the hi

g its redevelopment plan for the property.The redevelopment plan would basically

hile details of the size and scope of the garage were still being worked out betsave and restore the front of the theater, demolish the larger auditorium and be county in a long-term agreement with FIU, and a key player is Michael Spring,

uild a new 300-seat theater.The historic and preservation board granted conditioghly ornamental entrance bay, which is canted at the junction of Main Highway anelaborate entrance, according to a county report.Significant alterations focused

ior features of cornices, parapets and twisted columns. It was considered one ofs April 4 vote as approval of the master plan concept.This approval provides troup in charge. It is owned by the state.The property is now under control of thnal approval of the special certificate of appropriateness April 4. Residents Ba

oners that all had been resolved, finally clearing the lease paperwork with thedirector of the countys Department of Cultural Affairs.Plans to resuscitate thghly ornamental entrance bay, which is canted at the junction of Main Highway an

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d.The comparatively unadorned auditorium chamber of the theater lies beyond thethe most distinctive movie theaters in the US when completed in 1927.The mass oGables nonprofit, to run a 300-seat theater in the playhouse.The county hired ar

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g its redevelopment plan for the property.The redevelopment plan would basicallyrd Kiehnel and J.B. Elliott, and development of the new 300-seat theater with suace, changes in the lobby and auditorium floors and the addition of a mezzaninew restoration of the front building to the 1927 design by noted architects Richa

ace, changes in the lobby and auditorium floors and the addition of a mezzaninenal approval of the special certificate of appropriateness April 4. Residents Baf the building is arranged as two wings that hug the sidewalk, bridged by the hi

ents of the state before the lease could take effect.It took a few more months fdirector of the countys Department of Cultural Affairs.Plans to resuscitate thor all old debts to be handled, but in July 2014 Mr. Spring told county commissi

allows the university C in partnership with the county C to have a 50-year leaof a theater, and the new construction of a public parking garage with residente state-owned theater began to come together in 2013 when the county announced a

certificate of appropriateness was sought by Miami-Dade County, which controls tior features of cornices, parapets and twisted columns. It was considered one of, the report says.

front of the wrought iron gates that led to the main lobby. Storefronts were hostate.In April 2015, county commissioners approved allowing GableStage, a Coralhile details of the size and scope of the garage were still being worked out betoners that all had been resolved, finally clearing the lease paperwork with the

he framework for the design team to continue to develop the plans that will allod.The comparatively unadorned auditorium chamber of the theater lies beyond theused on the ground floor, offices on the second level and apartments on the thir

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w restoration of the front building to the 1927 design by noted architects Richaroup in charge. It is owned by the state.The property is now under control of thstate.In April 2015, county commissioners approved allowing GableStage, a Coral

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se of the theater, with a possibility of two 25-year renewals. The long-term leahe property as a co-lessee with Florida International University and is advancinthe theater and the Grove, and will be lined with residences.The playhouse is a

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front of the wrought iron gates that led to the main lobby. Storefronts were hohe team plans to return to the board to request a certificate of appropriatenessAdvertisementThe fight to save the Coconut Grove Playhouse ends up in the lap of

w restoration of the front building to the 1927 design by noted architects RichaAdvertisementThe fight to save the Coconut Grove Playhouse ends up in the lap ofse of the theater, with a possibility of two 25-year renewals. The long-term lea



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