The Culham station has been in use since the early 1950s and has become one of the most popular stations in the country.
But the station’s fate has been complicated by its location.
The station, built in 1958 as a home for the Culley Railway, was demolished in 2011, replaced by a luxury hotel, and rebuilt into a high-end hotel.
It reopened in 2021 and is the latest of several major renovations.
Now, the Culhan station will be re-opened as part of the Culkin Arts and Entertainment District.
This new facility, known as the Culkins Arts and Convention Center, will feature a hotel, retail, a restaurant, movie theater, a concert hall, and a live entertainment venue.
The building has been vacant since 2019 when a group of artists and activists tried to reopen the station.
Now, it appears, they will be allowed to.
The Culkin City Council is expected to approve the changes to the station Thursday.
But, unlike the other renovations, which were originally approved in December, the council will have to approve a new application before it can move forward.
The new application will include plans for the demolition and redevelopment of the station and the new hotel, which is expected on the same day as the new building.
The project will cost about $300 million.
The Culkin Council said the $300-million price tag is for a new hotel and renovation of the entire building, including the Culleys original home, and the Culgan Arts and Commerce Center.
The council also approved the demolition of the original Culham Railway building in 2018, but it will not reopen until at least 2023.
The new building will be completed by 2028.
The $300-$400 million price tag also includes the construction of a new Culkin International Airport.