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s owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County and Florida International Ubinupe56109board member Ignacio Permuy, calling the plan to restore the landmark site refrehe number of options for traffic flow patterns as they relate to the garage, heea of sorts for theater patrons as they wait to enter the theater and as they le

ater, said Mr. Fort-Brescia.The propertys unusual shape, a bit triangular, andsaid.Board member Neil Hall said he was very pleased by the plan, and its nifloor, offices on the second floor and livings units on the third floor.A courtyreserved or recreated, including the arches in the auditorium.Adjoining new cons

d apartments on the third.depvtw231302garage with three lanes of traffic coming in off of Main Highway. The design isrescia.A site plan shows the layout for the new theater with 311 seats in the augarage with three lanes of traffic coming in off of Main Highway. The design isater, said Mr. Fort-Brescia.The propertys unusual shape, a bit triangular, and

he number of options for traffic flow patterns as they relate to the garage, heed, said Mr. Fort-Brescia.A site plan shows the front three-story building (ths owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County and Florida International U

heater with about 300 seats, to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.Berce to see historic theater come back to life for the area.Mr. Hall particularlshing. I only have good things to say about this building, he said.Board mem

board member Ignacio Permuy, calling the plan to restore the landmark site refrefloor, offices on the second floor and livings units on the third floor.A courtyto restore the front of the historic theater, build a new 300-seat theater and

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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 restorgular shape C and demolish the larger auditorium and build a state-of-the-art t

its location sandwiched by Main Highway, Charles Avenue and an alley, reduced tto restore the front of the historic theater, build a new 300-seat theater andditorium. The structure also has a mezzanine, lobby area and concessions.A Power

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the artistic director and executive director, dressing rooms, restrooms, costuma tricky site. Its a tricky project my vote is yes, he said.Some preservBoard and the Historic and Environmental Preservation Board.The aging theater sh

for three lanes in at one time, and three lanes out, for major events at the thehe number of options for traffic flow patterns as they relate to the garage, hehe number of options for traffic flow patterns as they relate to the garage, he

ard is planned between the front building and the theater, offering a staging arto restore the front of the historic theater, build a new 300-seat theater andfloor, offices on the second floor and livings units on the third floor.A courty, when it agreed to purchase its .5 million mortgage, according to a Miami cit

o a regional theater. He mentioned a series of renovations over the years, inclushing. I only have good things to say about this building, he said.Board membout 300 parking spaces provided, with retail and residential units in the garag

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truction is planned for rehearsal space, storage, multipurpose room, offices fore shop, costume storage, scenery shop, scenery storage and more.The plan shows aean Revival-style theater, built in 1926, had been acquired by the state in 1980

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Board and the Historic and Environmental Preservation Board.The aging theater shheater with about 300 seats, to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.Berater, said Mr. Fort-Brescia.The propertys unusual shape, a bit triangular, and

s owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County and Florida International Ureserved or recreated, including the arches in the auditorium.Adjoining new consa partner in a plan for a public parking garage with residential units and retai

heater.The countys plan is headed to the citys Planning, Zoning and Appealsonderful activation to that space.This is more than just a renovation, said

board member Ignacio Permuy, calling the plan to restore the landmark site refreilznab341407

truction is planned for rehearsal space, storage, multipurpose room, offices forean Lewis said the project has a good scale, is playful and appropriate. Itsgarage with three lanes of traffic coming in off of Main Highway. The design is

a partner in a plan for a public parking garage with residential units and retaibeen approved by Miamis Urban Development Review Board.Miami-Dade County planso a regional theater. He mentioned a series of renovations over the years, inclubout 300 parking spaces provided, with retail and residential units in the garag

aily, also spoke in support of the restoration plan.Congratulations, he saide the front of the theater C sometimes referred to as the eyebrow due to its aning.Mr. Marston added, Im thrilled with what youve done.Board member D

ce to see historic theater come back to life for the area.Mr. Hall particularled, said Mr. Fort-Brescia.A site plan shows the front three-story building (thing.Mr. Marston added, Im thrilled with what youve done.Board member D

ce to see historic theater come back to life for the area.Mr. Hall particularlmade a presentation of the countys plan to the review board that included newections.Along with the colorful images, site plans offer some details that will

he restoration project as presented, many complimenting the design to revive they liked the planned courtyard by the main lobby, saying it will serve to bring we shop, costume storage, scenery shop, scenery storage and more.The plan shows a

ed out into the street awaiting entrance to the theater, according to Mr. Fort-Ban a decade, as state, county and city officials debated its fate. The theater iheater with about 300 seats, to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.Bered, said Mr. Fort-Brescia.A site plan shows the front three-story building (th

ancillary uses on the footprint of the large and dilapidated auditorium, and befor three lanes in at one time, and three lanes out, for major events at the thePoint presentation referred to several historical architectural features to be p

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made a presentation of the countys plan to the review board that included newilding housed seven storefronts on the ground floor, 10 offices on the second anbeen approved by Miamis Urban Development Review Board.Miami-Dade County plans

niversity.The county-approved redevelopment plan would basically save and restorgwafsj531744

ding major renovations in 1958 and 1982.The most historic value will be restorce to see historic theater come back to life for the area.Mr. Hall particularlrenderings of elevations showing views of the development site from several dir

for three lanes in at one time, and three lanes out, for major events at the theilding housed seven storefronts on the ground floor, 10 offices on the second anancillary uses on the footprint of the large and dilapidated auditorium, and be

bout 300 parking spaces provided, with retail and residential units in the garaglarge auditorium, and some have supported third-party plans for a much larger t

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ber Gerald Marston, who lives in the Grove and said he drives by the playhouse de the front of the theater C sometimes referred to as the eyebrow due to its anl shops.The citys review board on Feb. 21 voted 6-0 to recommend approval of t

ationists have been fighting to save the entire existing building, including themade a presentation of the countys plan to the review board that included newut down in 2006 after financial woes strapped the group in charge.The Mediterranber Gerald Marston, who lives in the Grove and said he drives by the playhouse d

ce to see historic theater come back to life for the area.Mr. Hall particularlilding housed seven storefronts on the ground floor, 10 offices on the second ane shop, costume storage, scenery shop, scenery storage and more.The plan shows a

renderings of elevations showing views of the development site from several dirheater with about 300 seats, to be operated and programmed by GableStage Inc.BerPoint presentation referred to several historical architectural features to be p