Midtown Crossing's Turner Park adding permanent stage, pavilion

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Posted: Monday, April 8, 2013 12:00 am

Construction has started on a permanent stage in Midtown Crossing's Turner Park and is scheduled to wrap up just in time for the annual Jazz on the Green concert series.

The 44-by-24-foot canvas-topped pavilion will be situated on the east side of the park, in the same spot that the Jazz on the Green temporary stage has been set up in the past, said Molly Skold, vice president of marketing and communications for East Campus Realty LLC, the Mutual of Omaha subsidiary that owns Midtown Crossing. The canvas top will be adjustable and will allow for light and video projection, she said, and the the stage itself can be temporarily expanded to 54-by-48 feet. The pavilion also will include a concrete area for dancing.

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