How’s this for a coincidence. Yesterday we posted a photo of the old Loew’s King Theatre which prompted a reader to report that the city’s Economic Development Corporation had just issued a request that day for expressions of interest to rehabilitate the historic structure. Proposals can be for just the theatre itself or may include plans that incorporate adjacent parcels of land that the city owns. If you’re interested, you’ve got until December 6 to submit your ideas. To get the creative juices going, consider attending the site tour on October 24 at 10 a.m. More deets on the link.
Former Loew’s King Theatre [NYC EDC] GMAP
Photo by gkjarvis
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