Robinson Center Music Hall could be getting a facelift, according to a story in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. The building is 73 years old, and the Little Rock Advertising and Promotions Commission hopes to spend $65 million to renovate the venue, to upgrade its acoustics, accessibility and energy efficiency. However, the organization isn’t exactly sure how to pay for it.
In a Democrat-Gazette interview, president and chief executive of the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau Gretchen Hall said, “We’re very serious about trying to find the financing options in order to make this happen. We just don’t know in what combination that’s going to shake out to be.”
What do you think? Does the venue need an overhaul?