The Dunwoody City Council is expected to vote Monday, Sept. 12, to demolish Brook Run Theater.

Brook Run Theater. (Photo Phil Mosier)

The council voted July 10 to seek bids for demolition but also preserve the stained glass windows in the building’s chapel. The lowest bid for demolition came in at $147,00 and the cost for removal, repair and crating of the stained glass is expected to cost $20,000.

City staff is also recommending contingency funding for the demolition bid so that the demolition costs do not exceed $272,000.

Brent Walker, director of Parks and Recreation, told the council in March it would likely cost more than $350,000 to tear the building down.

The council voted 6 to 1 to demolish the theater with Mayor Denis Shortal casting the lone no vote.