City of Huntsville Reviews Proposal for $40M Amphitheater
Published on January 23, 2019
Mayor Tommy Battle and members of his Urban and Economic Development team are proposing a new $40 million amphitheater to be built in a public park as part of the Mid-City development.
Council Members held a work session on Jan. 23 to review the proposal along with updates to the City’s public-private Mid-City project on the site of the former Madison Square Mall property.
Council subsequently voted 4-1 to approve a $4 million contract with Matheny-Goldmon Architects to design the amphitheater at the Jan. 24 regular meeting.
Downloads of the presentations:
Shane Davis, Urban and Economic Development Director for the City of Huntsville > Huntsville Mid-City Project Update January 2019
Dennis Madsen, Long-Range Planner for the City of Huntsville > BIG Picture Economic Development Update January 2019
Rob Robinson, AIA, Managing Principal, Urban Design Associates > Design Charrette for Huntsville Amphitheater
Remy Gross, President RCP Companies > Mid-City Development Report January 2019
John Hamilton, Administrator for the City of Huntsville > Huntsville Amphitheater Proposal
View the 3D Concept:
View the Work Session:
Huntsville City Council Work Session, Jan. 23, 2019 > Mid City Update, Amphitheater Proposal