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Chateau Theater Reuse Study by Webb Management Services

August 26, 2016 Public Report On Chateau Theater


Partnering with Mille Dunwiddie Architecture and Schuler Shook Theatre Planning, Webb Management Services published the following resuse study.

Full Report


The following recommendations are from the full report starting on Page 87:

Flexible Community Hub and Performance Space


Anchor Culture District or Trail ... That includes the Armory as home for small arts and cultural groups and independent artists

Incentivize DMC Developers in Arts and Cultural Components






August 26, 2016 Public Report On Chateau Theater



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DMC Impact(s): Livable City Retail, Dining & Entertainment, Arts & Culture Heart of the City

PlanScape(s): Arts & Culture ; Heritage Preservation

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Date: 2016/08/26

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