Senator Theatre RFP: Proposals Due Before Noon Tomorrow!

Senator Theatre RFP cover sheet

The Baltimore Development Corporation’s window for RFP proposal submissions closes at noon on Friday, November 20, 2009!

Proposals must have theirs in the hands of the BDC by noon!
Not postmarked, but literally, physically at the BDC offices in order to be considered in the evaluation process.

Community groups located in and around The Senator have been promised a voice in this process and now that Baltimore City owns the theatre, every citizen of the city has a right to voice their opinion about what should happen to our internationally recognized, last historic single screen theatre in the city.

Let officials (both community association AND those elected to public office) know what you think should happen to the iconic art deco theatre, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in her 70th year of operation.

Should it be handed over to commercial developers? To a new owner who plans to continue the same business model that eventually led to her foreclosure? Or, should there be consideration for a community-owned non-profit model that could include arts, education & entertainment that would aid community businesses and neighborhoods like many others have done across the U.S.? It’s your chance to chime in on the future of The People’s Theatre – don’t miss out!

BDC Press Release: 09.21.09 – BDC Issues RFP For Senator Theatre

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