Breckenridge taking proposals for old CMC community space
Ryan Summerlin November 5, 2012
Breckenridge officials are now accepting formal applications for the extra space reserved for community uses in the old CMC building, slated for renovation by fall 2014.
The restored historic building, located on Harris Street in Breckenridge, will house the new south branch of the Summit County Libraries as well as a community center and the Speakeasy movie theater.
Breckenridge officials are exploring possible uses for the community center, according to a recent statement from the town.
The Breckenridge Town Council is seeking proposals for the use of four rooms. One room, 748 square feet, is located on the lower level, while the other three are located on the upper level and range from 755-990 square feet.
A renovated space for the movie theater is also contemplated in plans for the building.
Individuals and organizations interested in becoming tenants in the community center should complete an application for the space and submit it to the town prior to Dec. 1. Applications will be reviewed and evaluated to determine the best fit for the space, according to the town statement.
Applications are available online at www.TownofBreckenridge.com under the ‘In the News’ section.