Springboro plans new performing arts center as part of crossroads redevelopment

City officials in Springboro recently unveiled plans for a new performing arts center “featuring a 150-seat theatre” as part of the redevelopment plans for the city’s central crossroads, the Dayton Daily News reports. City Manager Chris Pozzuto “said the arts center now calls for a 14,000–15,000 square foot building” to include the theatre, activity and meeting rooms, according to the article. The 6.5-acre site “south of the Settlers Walk and Austin Landing developments on Main Street” was “formerly known as the Springboro IGA plaza.” Pozzuto said the city hopes “the performing arts center construction closely mirrors the infrastructure (roads, water lines, etc.) for the rest of the redevelopment” of the site. The city expects to fund the project, and would like to break ground by late summer. For more, read the full article

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