The Majestic Crest Theatre for Sale

posted by eschavez2051 on November 3, 2009 at 10:35 am

LOS ANGELES, CA — The Majestic Crest Theatre is featured in the opening montage of “The Tonight Show” with Conan O Brien!

Majestic Crest Theater is for for sale and is currently on the market.

Even though the flashing marquee could cause seizures at night, the interior of this Westwood theatre makes you feel like you slipped on a banana peel and ended up smack dab in Golden Age Hollywood. With an enormous screen and great sound (that’s right – one screen), Majestic Crest Theatre hosts new release independent films with vim and vigor. When you’re sitting in your comfortable seats, don’t forget to look up and watch the stars, just don’t let them distract you.The theater is currently operated by the existing owner, who would consider leasing back and continuing to operate the theater after a sale. Property has been just approved as a Historical monument and approved for The Mills Act Historical Property Contract Program which allows for the property tax reduction down to $17,500.00+/– per year.

One of the countries longest running and last single screen movie theatres. Westwood' s Crest Theatre was originally built as a live theatre in 1939 by Frances Seymour Fonda, wife of Henry Fonda and mother of Peter and Jane Fonda. This unique venue is known for its landmark, hand painted murals depicting establishments from Westwood and Hollywood during the 1940s.
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Hello, my name is Eric Chavez and I am the President/Broker for Chavez & Associates REBF, Inc., and please Email me at: for a detail marketing packet.
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Comments (3)

movieguy
movieguy on November 3, 2009 at 11:25 am

Hello your posting up on Cinema Treasures regarding the Crest Theatre Even though the flashing marquee could cause seizures at night can be taken as humor or offense.

I am not a PC type of guy, but having a son with a neurological disorder that can result in seizures at times did put me off.

Perhaps you should think up a more appropriate way to describe the colorful marque of the Crest Theatre

Chris Utley
Chris Utley on November 3, 2009 at 11:58 am

This guy has been reposting his real estate listing for this theatre for the past few months. He’s got at least 3-4 postings on the Majestic Crest’s page with the exact same info.

Simon Overton
Simon Overton on November 5, 2009 at 12:21 am

Peter… Getting back to the Majestic Crest and putting medical issues aside… the sparkling marquee lights are exactly what show business is all about and has been since the dot.

The auditorium’s decor is truly incredible -to say the least!
My friend Joseph Musil, creator of Santa Ana’s “American Museum of Theatrical Design, really did one of his most creative ever designs for this charming movie palace… and long may it twinkle!

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