SAVE THE BYRON CARLYLE THEATER FROM DEMOLITION

The Byron Carlyle Theater is a cultural and historic landmark in the North Beach area of Miami Beach. It was designed by famous MiMo architect A. Herbert Mathes, and residents have fond memories of all the movies they got to see there. Since the City of Miami Beach acquired it in 2002, it has engaged in "demolition by neglect." Even though residents repeatedly express the wish for renovation, redesign, and redevelopment as a PUBLIC cutting edge cultural, civic and performance, stand-alone space, the City plans to demolish it and transfer the land to a developer for a high rise.

HELP US SAVE THE BYRON CARLYLE THEATER FOR THE COMMUNITY. SAY NO TO ANOTHER HIGH RISE. HELP US SAVE NORTH BEACH.

Update #19 months ago
Dear Byron Carlyle Theater supporters,
This Wednesday, City of Miami Beach Commissioners will decide our beloved theater's fate. I am asking you to please email elected officials ASAP and tell them, in your own, strongest words that you OPPOSE their plans to demolish and land gifting to a despised developer for a microunit high-rise.
Find their emails contacts here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xPksX1n1B8PfGfknsIj1tHyHT2knkuKurgXIORI9V2c
Thank you,
Ariana Hernandez -nobefacts@gmail.com
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