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Complete coverage of the Huber Heights music center

The Dayton Daily News has provided in-depth coverage on the Huber Heights music center story since we broke the news in early December of the city’s proposal. We will continue to follow this story closely and bring you the latest updates as they develop.

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Huber Heights Music Center Construction

Huber Heights is building a new $18 million music center at 6800 Executive Boulevard. Construction of the 4,500-seat covered music center is expected to be completed by late summer this year.

Huber seeks voter approval for Sunday liquor sales at $18M music center
Latest artist rendering of Huber Heights’ $18 million music center. Submitted

12:05 a.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 2014

Huber Heights is asking voters to approve a measure in May that would give the city the ability to sell beer, wine and liquor on Sundays at its $18 million music center. The issue will appear on the May 6 ballot in all voter precincts because the music center — ...
Huber Heights to begin negotiations with management company for $18M music center
Construction continues on the new Huber Heights music center. Huber Heights officials are expected to begin negotiations on a contract this week with Music and Event Management, Inc. to manage the $18 million music center. LISA POWELL / STAFF

9:34 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014

Huber Heights officials are expected to begin negotiations on a contract this week with Music and Event Management, Inc. to manage the city’s $18 million music center. Rob Schommer, Huber Heights interim city manager, said the city is confident an agreement will be reached with MEMI, and the process should ...
Huber still searching for company to manage $18M music center

12:00 a.m. Monday, Dec. 30, 2013

Huber Heights officials will continue negotiating with potential management companies to run the city’s $18 million music center, but no timeline has been established as to when a company will be chosen.Four companies have submitted information to the city and city staff is reviewing the information, according to assistant city ...
Huber Heights seeks to hire management company for $18M music center

10:08 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013

The city of Huber Heights has officially started its search to hire a company to manage its $18 million music center that is expected to open in 2014. The cost to hire the company annually could be, “hundreds of thousands of dollars,” said Scott Falkowski, Huber Heights assistant city manager. ...
Huber Heights awards music center contract

12:05 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013

Huber Heights has selected the contractor to build the city’s $18 million music center. City Council unanimously voted Monday night to award Messer Construction with the music center construction contract, in an amount not to exceed $11,795,000. Construction on the 4,500-seat covered venue is expected to start in early October ...
Huber Heights selects contractor for $18M music center

3:50 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013

The city of Huber Heights has taken two big steps forward in developing the Heights project. The city’s staff is recommending that Messer Construction be awarded the contract to build the city’s music center. And, the development agreement between the city and GoodSports Enterprises, a company that will build a ...
Huber Heights, consultant agree on another contract for $18M music center
Heavy equipment works the site of the music center to be built west of the Meijer store in Huber Heights on Executive Boulevard. The city of Huber Heights has entered into a second consulting agreement with Music and Event Management, Inc. for its $18 million music center, and the company could end up managing the facility. MEMI — a wholly owned subsidiary of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra — will be paid $10,000 for the 45-day agreement, which came into effect Sept. 3. The agreement calls for MEMI to review the building plans and offer any advice on how to improve the project, assistant city manager Scott Falkowski said. MEMI manages Riverbend Music Center, the PNC Pavilion and the Taft Theatre. JIM WITMER / STAFF

12:05 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013

The music management company that runs three popular Cincinnati venues is being considered to manage Huber Heights’ $18 million music center. City officials also have spoken with other management companies and hope to make a decision during the coming months. The city has entered into a second consulting agreement with ...
Work begins at site of Huber Heights’ $18M music center

12:05 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013

Site work for Huber Heights’ $18 million music center started last week and construction on the venue is scheduled to begin next month, city officials said. Dirt began moving at the site Tuesday and the two main objectives are to have the music center pad completed by the end of ...
Work on music center site could start in two weeks

12:05 a.m. Sunday, July 21, 2013

The city of Huber Heights is expected Monday night to take the next step in its $18 million music center project.City Council is scheduled to vote on awarding the early site construction package to Charles Jergens Construction, Inc. for a little more than $2.2 million, according to assistant city manager ...
Construction to start next month on $18M music center site
submitted artist renderings of the most updated music center in Huber Heights

12:05 a.m. Sunday, June 16, 2013

Dirt should start moving at the site of Huber Heights’ $18 million music center location next month, city officials said.The city on Friday closed on the 33.6 acres of land it purchased from Meijer for $2.31 million using tax increment financing money. Construction on the music center will begin mid-to-late ...
Huber Heights committees to disucss music center, zoning

12:06 p.m. Thursday, June 13, 2013

Two Huber Heights committees are scheduled to meet Tuesday in city council’s conference room, 6131 Taylorsville Road.The Public Works Committee will meet at 4:30 p.m. Items scheduled to be discussed include 2013 sidewalk program assessments, food truck and mobile food vendor zoning, and Citrus Circle residents’ concerns regarding the aquatic ...
Huber Heights’ music center to add another entertainment option to region
Artist s rendering of proposed music center.

12:05 a.m. Monday, May 6, 2013

The $18 million Huber Heights music center will create an even more competitive market in a region saturated with entertainment venues, local and national experts say. However, Huber Heights officials believe that the music venue will not compete with other facilities — such as the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering — ...
Huber Heights council approves contracts, land purchase and digital sign for $18 million music center

9:31 p.m. Monday, April 22, 2013

The city of Huber Heights took a big step forward Monday night toward making its $18 million music center project a reality. City Council unanimously approved five contracts that total about $1 million, a contract to purchase 32.5 acres of land from Meijer for $2.31 million and agreed to allow ...
Huber Heights could take big step by approving music center contracts
Artist s rendering of proposed music center.

12:05 a.m. Sunday, April 21, 2013

The city of Huber Heights is expected to take a major step Monday night in its $18 million music center project. City Council is scheduled to vote on five contracts that total about $1 million, and if they pass, will allow the consultants to “be off to the races,” assistant ...
Huber Heights close to acquiring land for music center, fieldhouse

12:05 a.m. Thursday, April 18, 2013

The city of Huber Heights is on the verge of purchasing 32.5 acres for $2.31 million from Meijer to accommodate the city’s $18 million music center and GoodSports Enterprises’ $22 million fieldhouse. City Council is expected to vote on the contract at Monday night’s meeting, which, if approved, will give ...
Music center, fieldhouse plans moving along in Huber Heights

5:02 p.m. Friday, April 12, 2013

Progress continues on the city of Huber Heights’ $18 million music center project as well as a $22 million GoodSports Enterprises fieldhouse. Assistant city manager Scott Falkowski said city staff is working on the music center’s “true” design phase, which includes collecting information from consultants, architects and engineers. The city ...
Huber Heights approves $18M music center project

9:16 p.m. Thursday, March 14, 2013

The city of Huber Heights is moving forward with its $18 million music center.City Council unanimously voted 8-0 to approve moving forward on the music center project before a capacity audience Thursday night.Construction is expected to start in the next two months near the Interstate 70 and Ohio 201 interchange, ...
Huber Heights council to vote on music center project

3:41 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Huber Heights City Council will decide the fate of its $18 million music center project at tonight’s council meeting.City Council is likely to approve the music center project near the Interstate 70 and Ohio 201 interchange, city leaders said.City Council will hear a presentation and then vote on the proposal ...
Proposed music center, sports fieldhouse to ‘improve quality of life’ in region
Ken Conaway, project manager, looks over a rendering of the  $18 million music center at the proposed site near Executive Blvd. in Huber Heights.  The music center would anchor the $220 million Heights commercial development. LISA POWELL / STAFF

12:00 a.m. Saturday, March 9, 2013

Huber Heights officials are banking on two high-profile proposed projects to change the face of the city as well as enhance the region. The projects — a proposed $18 million music center and a newly-announced $22-million, 60,000-square-foot fieldhouse — would be completed by the summer of 2014 if city council ...
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