The City of Livingston proposes to renovate and expand the Court Theatre, located in the commercial district of Livingston. The 5,400 square foot theater was built in the 1940's and includes a 50' tall frontage at 620 Main Street (previously 3rd Street). Renovation plans for the structure involve its conversion to a theater 'dinner' venue with a flat floor area served from an adjacent restaurant and kitchen addition to the north and new dressing rooms in the southwest corner. The second story of the north addition will be used for office spaces for a total addition of 5,368 square feet. The City also proposed a 5,368 square foot addition to the south that will be used as office spaces. The offices will have access to the proposed kitchen utilized by the restaurant and theatre venue. Revenue generated by the office rental spaces will provide a cash flow to endow the theater operations.
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