Columbus’s Grandview Theater reopens
COLUMBUS, OH — It took a little longer than first thought, but the 1926 Grandview Theater is open once again. Co-owner David Nedrow says that the newly decorated theater will have the air of a theater from the flapper era. Modern amenities include improved restrooms and a new concession area. Still to come are a larger screen and digital projection.
“We will be presenting a mix of independent and foreign films and classic movies, and we’ll also have a number of special events and festivals,” co-owner David Nedrow said.
Nedrow, a former manager at the Drexel North, and his wife, Jennifer Stancel, have spent months renovating the 83-year-old cinema, 1247 Grandview Ave.
Among the changes: a new concession stand, expanded restrooms and a redecorated auditorium and lobby that Nedrow describes as “Grandview Gatsby.”
Read more in the Columbus Dispatch.