Theater for lease/sale in NJ

posted by hdhain on March 3, 2008 at 10:41 am

BLAIRSTOWN, NJ — Beautifully renovated turn of the century theater for sale in rural picturesque town of Blairstown located in scenic North West, New Jersey(Warren County). One hour drive to New York City. Easy highway access, yet located in quaint country town on historic Main Street. The theatre is adjacent to the prestigious Blair Academy.

Most recently the theatre, known as Roy’s Hall, was run as the Blairstown Theater Festival. Prior to that it was known as Nous Theatre.

Consistently presenting performances for the last 2 years. Steady increase in audience size and press relationships. Stage has seen classical concerts (including New Jersey Symphony performing Beethoven’s Ninth), Jazz, movies, children’s productions, theater, and live dance.

The theatre seats 185. New curtains, refurbished antique seating, new state-of-the-art lighting, new 7 Yamaha piano. Excellent mailing list and press contacts. Web site, etc. Large stage. Art Gallery. Good storage. Superb acoustics. Terrific community support. Willing to discuss any reasonable offers/situations. Serious inquiries only.

Owners needed to relocate, will work to insure that the theatre is transferred to new owners/operators that will continue to maintain the theater’s reputation as a serious performance space. Great opportunity for passionate theater enthusiast, theater groups, dance troops, etc. Wide range of possibilities both for the theater’s use and in terms of the purchase/lease/agreement.

Lease price ranges from $1,000 to $4,500 a month depending on terms.

Sale price ranges from 350k to 395k depending on terms.

Call Howard at 415 377 9052 (cell phone) for more info, or email Howard at:

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Comments (1)

moviebuff82 on March 3, 2008 at 3:34 pm

thanks for posting the news…I was the one who made a listing for the blairstown theater on ct. I never been inside it, but I’ve seen it while I lived in Blairstown. It would be nice if the theater gets support from local groups and be a place for more than just musicals and movies. It should be a place for conrgressman to debate stuff, not too far from where some of the voting offices are located in the community building.

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