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Park City rejects Kimball Art Center designs

Published August 22, 2014 10:23 pm

Danish architects • Staff said the expansion was not compatible with the streetscape.
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Park City • City Hall on Thursday rejected the designs of the Kimball Art Center's expansion proposal, determining they do not meet the municipal government's strict Old Town guidelines.

It was a significant setback as the not-for-profit organization attempts to press ahead with an ambitious redo of the high-profile intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue. The expansion is proposed to be built on the art center's patio, steps off the intersection.

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