Future still uncertain for Boyd

posted by Michael Zoldessy on March 16, 2007 at 4:50 am

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Live Nation is still mulling over their options for the vacant Boyd Theatre. Obviously, a return to its former glory as a movie palace would be great, but other options are on the table.

The owners of the Boyd, mothballed since 2002, confirmed last week that they were weighing its conversion into a House of Blues, a pop-music venue.

“The two most likely scenarios are a House of Blues or a sale, and we’re open to other options,” said John Vlautin, a spokesman for concert promoter Live Nation, owner of House of Blues, by phone from Beverly Hills, Calif. In January, Live Nation listed the property with CB Richard Ellis. Neither would discuss the asking price.

For more, go to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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HowardBHaas on March 16, 2007 at 10:45 am

Friends of the Boyd www.FriendsOfTheBoyd.org appreciate the mention on this website, and your ongoing support. Philadelphia must not lose its last surviving premiere motion picture palace.

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