UPDATE: Seems like the proposal to build a is still on the table.
A meeting to discuss the company’s full proposal is set for 5:30 p.m. Sept. 8 in the auditorium at . This meeting will allow public comment — did not.
Dru Siley, the city’s director of planning and development, said he hasn’t had enough time to “digest the plans,” but added he plans to spend some time this week going over them.
“Obviously, (McDonald's) listened to the board’s comments about concerns over traffic impact,” he said.
At its , the architectural board of review expressed a number of concerns over the proposal to demolish the decades-old theater and plant the Golden Arches in its place.
The primary concern, however, was traffic flow at the intersection of Detroit and Woodward avenuss.
The building — at 16409 Detroit Avenue — has been on the market for years with a price tag of $695,000, but gained little interest. With declining attendance in an industry that has struggled to remain financially viable, the earlier this year after 87 years.