If the embryonic plans to redevelop the come to fruition, the four .
Could there be a different plan for those structures?
When the ownership of the former Multiplex was no longer able to operate the facility that was the pre training facility of the Chicago Bulls, it became the operated by the .
Could some form of be possible to turn those theaters into an art center? When Patch first wrote about the plans of people affiliated with the shopping center’s redevelopment last month, reader .
“(We could have) small to medium live music/local theater/comedy/improv venues with dining and outdoor seating,” she wrote. “Fill in with upscale retail and anchor with an expanded Jewel. Work with the Park District, Brunswick and Joy of the Game to make recreation part of the plan.”
Steve Bachner, a Northbrook native who operates The Hair Studio by Steve in Highwood, is a potential customer of such site, “A shopping center you and your friends and family can go be social at to shop and dine, maybe catch a movie or just meet for a drink,” he writes about what he would like to see.
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