A Break-through for Omnia

The Omnia team is ecstatic to announce that the City of Naperville has finally approved a public presentation of the Omnia concept to the Naperville residents.

The city released the following information on May 20th, 2009.

Omnia Board of Directors to Present Development Concept

Comments Will Be Accepted During Public Meeting on Tuesday, June 23

NAPERVILLE, Ill.— The Omnia Performing Arts Center Board of Directors will host a public meeting to present a development concept for the area surrounding the downtown Naperville train station on Tuesday, June 23 at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers at the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St. During the meeting, representatives from Omnia will present the conceptual development plan. Public comments will be accepted at this meeting. This concept is independent of the City of Naperville’s Fifth Avenue Study.

Written comments on the development concept will be accepted through Friday, July 10. All comments may be submitted to City of Naperville, Attn: Rory Fancler, Community Planner, 400 S. Eagle St., Naperville, IL 60540 or via e-mail to fanclerr@naperville.il.us.

The Omnia development concept and associated public comments will be forwarded to the City Council for discussion and direction along with the Fifth Avenue Study Report. Both items are anticipated to go before the City Council in summer 2009.

The Omnia Performing Arts Center is a private concept that includes a performing arts center and mixed-use development. The concept has been discussed by Omnia, a private entity, as a possible redevelopment scenario for the area surrounding the downtown Naperville train station. More information on the Omnia Performing Arts Center concept is available online at www.omniaarts.org.

The City of Naperville is not endorsing or approving the Omnia Performing Arts Center by way of this public meeting. The meeting is being held to present the development concept and solicit public input prior to consideration by the City Council.

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