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Theatres for sale? 12 Jan 2003 14:11 #6804

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Does anyone know of any theatres for sale or lease?

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Re: Theatres for sale? 12 Jan 2003 17:03 #6805

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The 11-screen Cinema Center in Pittsfield, Massachusetts closed in 2001 I believe. The space is currently for lease, though I do not know if they want to lease it as a cinema or carve it up into retail spaces. The phone number on the for lease sign for the landlord is 212-869-1490.

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Re: Theatres for sale? 12 Jan 2003 18:01 #6806

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There's a twin for sale in Clarion PA. right now on ebay. No 2903492812. The bidding is at $15,000 and the reserve has been met. There is a new mutiplex outside of the town. However with the college there it still might work for art. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2903492812.
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Re: Theatres for sale? 13 Jan 2003 10:17 #6807

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6 sceen in downtown Burlington, Vt. Please call Pizzagalli Properties 802-651-1315 Robert Bouchard

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Re: Theatres for sale? 13 Jan 2003 15:30 #6808

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The following existing 4 screen is available for lease:
Cinema at Salem Mall
5200 Salem Ave
Dayton, OH 45426

Contact: Victor Stuhl, Agent
(718) 428-9294
(718) 229-8905 fax

Space for 20 screens, Rent starting at $2 sf.

Information obtained from recently received mailing.
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Re: Theatres for sale? 18 Jan 2003 11:03 #6809

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There is a recently closed 10 screen theatre available for lease in Pennsauken, New Jersey. I believe the theatre closed last September, with a 2nd run policy. The theatre is about five years old, and appears to be in good condition from the outside. The address is:
Pennsauken Cinema 10
5247 Hwy. 70
Pennsauken, New Jersey

The leasing information is:
Willner Realty
610-352-1300

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Re: Theatres for sale? 28 Feb 2003 15:05 #6810

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There is a currently closed 4 screen art theatre available in Easton Pennsylvania. The building has been recently remodeled, with an enlarged concession area. Plenty of parking is available. 24,000 square feet. The web site is http://www.cineparadiso.com/

Cinema Paradiso
175 So. Third Street
Easton, Pa.
610-259-9800

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Re: Theatres for sale? 16 Mar 2003 20:35 #6811

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There is a currently closed 997 seat single screen theatre for sale in Monticello, New York. The theatre's name is the Broadway and it is located at 242 Broadway. This theatre has the lobby entrance in the center of the building with a store unit on each side. The distance from New York City is about 100 miles and is located in the Catskills. The contact number on the front of the building is 516-735-1700. I have no connection with this theatre. I was in the area today saw the for sale sign and thought it was worth a post...Hans

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Re: Theatres for sale? 18 Mar 2003 08:56 #6812

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Harbor Theater (single screen, DTS sound, new seats) in Florence, Oregon is for sale. Some of the particulars is on a newslink on cinematreasures.org
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Re: Theatres for sale? 23 Mar 2003 10:13 #6813

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Rosco Theatre, Located on Broad Street, near Railroad Street, Rosco New York. Catskill Mountain location. Single screen 146 seats. I don't know if the building is for sale or not,as the windows and doors are boarded up. The theatre has been closed for a number of years and is in need of exterior repairs. The building is old, probably pre 1920. There is a small fly house. The apartments and store units are empty. Rosco is a nice small village with some tourist trade located on a main highway.
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Re: Theatres for sale? 25 Mar 2003 22:30 #6814

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Outside Atlanta there's a neighborhood twin in independent Cobb County, with a Marietta, GA, address. It's the Blackwell Theatre in the Blackwell Square shopping center on Canton Road. If memory serves me, one house has about 240 seats and the other has about 300. All equipment is in place.
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Re: Theatres for sale? 09 May 2003 10:01 #6815

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The Ioka in Exeter NH is for sale at $999,000.
http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/exeter/05022003/news/26450.htm
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Re: Theatres for sale? 09 May 2003 14:20 #6816

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Well after two incredible years, starting as a newbie and rebuilding our town's only movie theater, we have decided to move on and find a full-time operator to buy the theater. We love the theater but have outside business concerns that keep us from participating fully in the running of the theater (in our opinion, absentee ownership is not the way a small town theater should be run). Here's the details:

Location is Manchester Vermont, an affluent and very liveable town in Southwestern Vermont with a very strong four season tourist base and an excellent year round local clientele. We are the only theater for nearly 60 radial miles and are first run with a strong mix of independents. (We are also the lead venue for the acclaimed Manchester Film Festival at [url=http://www.manchesterfilmfest.com).]www.manchesterfilmfest.com).[/url] Having no competition, we can mix the bookings pretty much to our needs. Due to restrictive zoning (it's Vermont!), no other place in the area is zoned for theaters and several out-of-town big boys have tried in the past and failed to build more screens. We have a virtual monopoly.

We are a twin with 300 seats and the facility has virtually brand-new everything. A top-to-bottom renovation had us gutting the building to the exterior studs and rebuilding EVERYTHING-walls, floors, ceilings, bathrooms, concessions, booth, lobby, HVAC, fire systems-the absolute works.

We gross over $400,000 per year with room for increases. This is a leasehold situation with 18 years left on term. We are selling the business with over $250K in FFE and leasehold improvements at $399,000. ROI is 20-25%.

Call me direct for more details. Serious inquiries only please. Must be of sufficient net worth to assume lease and no owner financing is available although local lenders would likely participate with the right buyer.

Theater website at www.villagepictureshows.com

Live The Dream!

Clark French
Village Picture Shows
802-362-9965
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Re: Theatres for sale? 14 May 2003 12:23 #6817

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Historic IOKA Theatre FOR SALE. Operating as a theatre since 1915, from vaudville to Star Wars this Theatre has spanned the generations. Located in the heart of downtown Exeter, NH, walking distance from Phillips Exeter Academy. 2 Screens. The BIG silver screen on the main level with orchestra seating and balcony seating, with a stage, total seating approximately 420. Lower level screen seats approx. 100, doubles as a function room. Lower level is also an after hours club with a full bar and apartment / green room. Main floor has soda fountain / bar. Renovations were done in keeping with the era.Offered at..$999,000. For further information please call Mary Bolduc or Cathy Tucker @ Country Crossings Property Brokerage, LLC...603 679-8829

Links...iokaentertainment.com
countrycrossings.com
http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/exeter/05022003/news/26450.htm

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Re: Theatres for sale? 14 May 2003 18:11 #6818

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I noticed on the news links today on cinematreasures.com that there is a twin screen theater in Cheney, Wash. (near Spokane) closing and being put up for sale.
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