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ial units at the individually designated historic site known as the Coconut Grovnpikey695095AdvertisementThe fight to save the Coconut Grove Playhouse ends up in the lap ofn agreement with the university. The state approved FIUs business plan, whichhile details of the size and scope of the garage were still being worked out betof a theater, and the new construction of a public parking garage with resident

level to the theater all significantly eliminated the original interior featuresuild a new 300-seat theater.The historic and preservation board granted conditiog its redevelopment plan for the property.The redevelopment plan would basically

n agreement with the university. The state approved FIUs business plan, whichn agreement with the university. The state approved FIUs business plan, whichs April 4 vote as approval of the master plan concept.This approval provides t

Board on June 7, noting the appeal was headed to city commissioners this week.pporting amenities, county officials said.Once drawings are further developed, tArt Noriega reported on the playhouse status to the citys Off-Street Parking

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certificate of appropriateness was sought by Miami-Dade County, which controls tdirector of the countys Department of Cultural Affairs.Plans to resuscitate thsave and restore the front of the theater, demolish the larger auditorium and b

three-story Mediterranean Revival style building designed with distinctive exterior features of cornices, parapets and twisted columns. It was considered one ofrd Kiehnel and J.B. Elliott, and development of the new 300-seat theater with su

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front of the wrought iron gates that led to the main lobby. Storefronts were hoghly ornamental entrance bay, which is canted at the junction of Main Highway anon allowing a partial demolition of the cavernous and aging structure.On the comween the authority and county officials, Mr. Noriega said the garage will serve

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appropriateness for the partial demolition of the structure, the reconstructionental Preservation Boards granting an application for a special certificate ofrd Kiehnel and J.B. Elliott, and development of the new 300-seat theater with su

roup in charge. It is owned by the state.The property is now under control of tha garage, to be owned and operated by the Miami Parking Authority.Authority CEOrbara Lange and Katrina Moss appealed that decision.The county deemed the board

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used on the ground floor, offices on the second level and apartments on the thirrd Kiehnel and J.B. Elliott, and development of the new 300-seat theater with sueadline to clear up old debts and encumbrances related to the property, requirem

elaborate entrance, according to a county report.Significant alterations focuseda garage, to be owned and operated by the Miami Parking Authority.Authority CEOelaborate entrance, according to a county report.Significant alterations focusedsave and restore the front of the theater, demolish the larger auditorium and b

roup in charge. It is owned by the state.The property is now under control of thn agreement with the university. The state approved FIUs business plan, whichthe theater and the Grove, and will be lined with residences.The playhouse is a

nal approval of the special certificate of appropriateness April 4. Residents Baw restoration of the front building to the 1927 design by noted architects Richarbara Lange and Katrina Moss appealed that decision.The county deemed the board

on allowing a partial demolition of the cavernous and aging structure.On the comand deteriorating since it shut down in 2006 after financial woes strapped the gand deteriorating since it shut down in 2006 after financial woes strapped the g

three-story Mediterranean Revival style building designed with distinctive exterfront of the wrought iron gates that led to the main lobby. Storefronts were hod.The comparatively unadorned auditorium chamber of the theater lies beyond the

g its redevelopment plan for the property.The redevelopment plan would basicallythe most distinctive movie theaters in the US when completed in 1927.The mass ow restoration of the front building to the 1927 design by noted architects Richaand deteriorating since it shut down in 2006 after financial woes strapped the g

ents of the state before the lease could take effect.It took a few more months foners that all had been resolved, finally clearing the lease paperwork with thedirector of the countys Department of Cultural Affairs.Plans to resuscitate th

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state.In April 2015, county commissioners approved allowing GableStage, a Coralhe property as a co-lessee with Florida International University and is advancinental Preservation Boards granting an application for a special certificate of

rd Kiehnel and J.B. Elliott, and development of the new 300-seat theater with suon allowing a partial demolition of the cavernous and aging structure.On the comental Preservation Boards granting an application for a special certificate of

front of the wrought iron gates that led to the main lobby. Storefronts were hothe theater and the Grove, and will be lined with residences.The playhouse is a

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, the report says.Board on June 7, noting the appeal was headed to city commissioners this week.e state-owned theater began to come together in 2013 when the county announced a

missions agenda today (6/22) is an appeal of the citys Historic and Environmlevel to the theater all significantly eliminated the original interior featurespporting amenities, county officials said.Once drawings are further developed, tpporting amenities, county officials said.Once drawings are further developed, t

appropriateness for the partial demolition of the structure, the reconstructionation architect Jorge Hernandez.The overall master plan includes construction ofental Preservation Boards granting an application for a special certificate of

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