The Toomey Road property, owned by Susan Toomey Frost, is one of a few locations KMFA is considering. Land owned by the Deaf School on South First is another alternative, as are existing downtown office buildings, Bash said. But what makes the Toomey site attractive is its proximity to a number of arts facilities, including the yet-to-be-built Long Center for the Performing Arts. KMFA had initially hoped to install a studio at Long, but that would have been more expensive than building their own facility. In any case, listener-supported KMFA will need to raise more than a fistful of dollars to carry off its expansion and outreach efforts. As Bash observed, "We're trying to put together a high-jump deal."