Emagine Entertainment has withdrawn , Manager Pete Dame announced Monday.
Their withdrawal means the city council will only have one proposal to consider, which is a 40,000 square-foot cultural arts center with a 400-seat theater for live productions and a banquet area by the .
Dame said Emagine Entertainment found another location in Macomb County that will house 12-14 screens rather than the eight proposed in Grosse Pointe.
The company, he said, believes the new location is more ideal for development and will still draw clientele from the Grosse Pointes. The exact location in Macomb County was not clear late Monday.
City officials have been reviewing the proposals and had intended to give city council a report on both in preparation for a public hearing likely in June.
The development is slated for the parking lot between and the block of the Village housing , and other businesses. It would face St. Clair Street.