Wichita City Council members have approved their intent to issue $16 million in industrial revenue bonds to help finance Bill Warren's theater at 21st and Tyler. The bonds will go toward a 600-seat IMAX theater, a complete remodeling of the 14-year-old theater's 17 auditoriums and refinancing $8.8 million in existing loans on the facility.
Wichita City Council members have approved their intent to issue $16 million in industrial revenue bonds to help finance Bill Warren's theater at 21st and Tyler. The bonds will go toward a 600-seat IMAX theater, a complete remodeling of the 14-year-old theater's 17 auditoriums and refinancing $8.8 million in existing loans on the facility. Courtesy photo
Wichita City Council members have approved their intent to issue $16 million in industrial revenue bonds to help finance Bill Warren's theater at 21st and Tyler. The bonds will go toward a 600-seat IMAX theater, a complete remodeling of the 14-year-old theater's 17 auditoriums and refinancing $8.8 million in existing loans on the facility. Courtesy photo

Watching progress of IMAX excites Warren

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