Wants to lease or buy movie theatre

posted by hmtinc on March 27, 2009 at 7:39 am

I have been in the movie buisness all my life and now I am looking to lease or buy a small theatre. Please send any suggestions.

Thank you

Comments (8)

NativeForestHiller on March 27, 2009 at 10:32 pm

Would you be interested in any theaters in NY’s 5 boroughs? I am a historic preservationist, who has brokered deals, resulting in the sparing and adaptive reuse of endangered sites. I might be able to assist you. I look forward to hearing some of your ideas. Please e-mail me at Thank you! – Michael Perlman

biograph68 on March 30, 2009 at 10:25 am

What region of the country are you interested in?

bannanchip on March 30, 2009 at 6:23 pm

good theatre in amery, wi

Simon Overton
Simon Overton on March 31, 2009 at 6:29 pm

Try San Francisco… there are several “butes” in good shape and just begging to be reopened!

movieman501 on April 18, 2009 at 11:07 am

I own The Ritz Theatre in Malvern, AR and it is for sale right now. It is a downtown twin with room for a third screen in the old balcony. It was originally a single, but UA split it into three screens in the 80’s. We remodeled in 2004. and are doing a great business, but my wife and I are ready to get into something else, as she has been there 26 yrs. and I have been there 20. Malvern is a small town 50 miles sw of Little Rock, AR. If you are interested, please contact me and I can put you in contact with the listing agent.
Thank you,
Marty Nix

eschavez2051 on April 21, 2009 at 3:23 pm

Majestic Crest Theater
1262 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024
Seller Will Finance!,Owner will Carry back a Note (AITD)!
Built by the wife of Henry Fonda.Property Description:
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, and its ceiling’s starlight' s that are celestially accurate the theater is currently operated by the existing owner, who would consider leasing back and continuing to operate the theater after a sale.
Location Description:
Centrally located on Westwood Blvd. Located in the northern central portion of Los Angeles' West Side, Westwood is bordered by Brentwood on the west, Bel-Air on the north, Century City and Beverly Hills on the east, West Los Angeles on the southwest, Rancho Park on the southeast, and Sawtelle on the south and southwest, near Los Angeles National Cemetery, Westwood Park, shopping stores, restaurants and minutes away from the 405 freeways exit off Wilshire Blvd. The district’s boundaries are generally considered to be Santa Monica Blvd. (or Olympic Blvd. and, by some, Pico Blvd.) on the southeast, the city limits of Beverly Hills on the northeast, and Sunset Boulevard on the north; its southwestern boundary is the San Diego Freeway between Santa Monica and Wilshire boulevards, and Veteran Avenue between Wilshire and Sunset.
Loan Description:
Loan Amount: $4,750,000.00 Down payment: $712,500.00 (15%).
Total amount financed:$4,037,500.00 Payment amount: $23,690.15
Interest rate:5.800 % In 10 years.

email at: for a detail packet.

Simon Overton
Simon Overton on April 25, 2009 at 1:33 pm

Everyone can thank the pure remodeling genius of classic theater designer and historian JOSEPH MUSIL, Creator of Santa Ana’s fabulous “American Museum of Theatrical Design, located in the Santora Arts Building.
Also take a look at Disney’s El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood -WOW!

The Crest is nothing else than an art deco sight to be seen and enjoyed while watching a perfectly presented picture. Also the lobby is totally scrumptuous along with a million-lighted marquee.

donpiano on June 15, 2009 at 12:41 pm

I am trying to save the palace and majestic theaters in bridgeport ct. both thearters are in the same building which also cotains a hotel above the thearters Iwould like to restore them and turn them into a comunity art center with the hotel to serve as teaching studios

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