Historic Schine Theater In Ohio For Sale

posted by Cooki316 on December 17, 2004 at 3:23 am

SANDUSKY, OH — An operating historic Schine theater built in 1941 in Grecco-Deco style is now for sale.

Set near Lake Erie, Cedar Point, and water park complexes. Over nine hundred seats with balcony, movie system, orchestra pit. All set up for live shows, concerts, and movies. Located near three major highways.

Seller eager to retire after 31 years. Qualified buyers reply for more information at 419-668-1641— the answering machine is always on. Will return call promptly.

Comments (14)

stevepatrick
stevepatrick on December 17, 2004 at 5:12 am

Does anybody have pictures of this theater? I’m originally from the Northwest Ohio area and willing to give this theater some serious consideration. If anyone can post some pictures that would be very helpful. Also, any idea on the asking price?

Thanks!

Cooki316
Cooki316 on December 17, 2004 at 12:56 pm

HI, First of all this theater is located in Norwalk,Ohio about 15 minutes from Sandusky. Call the telephone number that is listed and they will be able to give you the information on asking price. Also they are willing to set up an appointment for anyone who wants to tour the grounds and theater, without any pressure. Thank-you for taking an interest.

Jacker
Jacker on December 18, 2004 at 6:06 pm

Any pirce set yet on this? Is there a website to view pictures on this?

Cooki316
Cooki316 on December 19, 2004 at 12:58 pm

No web site has been set up yet. Theater appraise at 750,000.00, but they are taking offers at 300,000.00 and up. Thanks for the interest.

stevepatrick
stevepatrick on December 21, 2004 at 6:27 am

Cooki,
I spoke with your brother a couple days ago on the phone. At the time he told me someone was coming in from Detroit I believe. Did the deal happen, or is the theater still for sale? Also, a couple days ago someone wrote that some repairs to the building are needed in the near future. Any comments on this?
Thanks. Steve

Cooki316
Cooki316 on December 21, 2004 at 1:32 pm

Hi Steve,
The gentleman from Detroit is coming in tonite to talk to my brother and board members. So I will keep you posted on the details. I will also ask my brother about any repairs that may be needed, as I am not familiar with that subject.
Thanks Cooki

stevepatrick
stevepatrick on December 21, 2004 at 1:43 pm

Thnks for the response Cooki. And good luck with it.
Steve

Cooki316
Cooki316 on December 22, 2004 at 3:54 am

Talk to the seller last nite.He would prefer that all questions concerning potential buyers and the theater be directed to him personally. So please feel free to call him at 419-668-1641.
Thanks Cooki

stevepatrick
stevepatrick on December 28, 2004 at 12:35 pm

Any new news about the theater? Has it been sold?

Steve

Cooki316
Cooki316 on December 28, 2004 at 3:15 pm

Detroit Man, Back out of theater deal. Now taking offers again. Qualified buyers only. Eager to sell. Contact this number for further details. 1-419-668-1641. Thanks Cooki

KayAnn
KayAnn on December 29, 2004 at 6:56 am

Dear Interested Buyers,
I was able to locate a picture of the theater on a website.
Go to: afajournal.org
Then click on archive
Click on 2003 – July
Click on “Group hopes theater can…"
You will find a beautiful color picture of this theater. I contacted the owner and he said to please note that the article is wrong in paragraph 3. There are no restrictions with the sale as stated in the article. The buyer can do whatever they want with the theater. Also, there have been improvements, including a new sound system. It is located just a few blocks from the historic district of Norwalk. Hope someone can takeover this beautiful theater.

Cooki316
Cooki316 on January 3, 2005 at 1:13 pm

To all interested buyer’s, the sellers ask me to tell you that this theater has one movie screen. with the possibility of adding one or two more screens. If you are interested please contact 419-668-1641 as the answering machine is always on. Thanks Cooki

Cooki316
Cooki316 on January 11, 2005 at 1:04 pm

Theater appraise at 750,000.00, but they are taking offers from 350,000.00 and up. Thanks to all who have show an interest in this theater Cooki

jeffgn
jeffgn on January 24, 2005 at 5:08 am

I have looked at this theater several times. It’s in great condition and well worth the money. The location is great and if you love classic theaters this is the one for you. My current location prevents me from making an offer at this time, but that may change. I’ve worked with the managment over the last year or two on deal and they are top notch. I’d love to own it, but if I can’t, I don’t mind helping them sell it. It needs to go to a good owner. If you want to see some pictures send me an email at

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