San Francisco, CA – Richmond district’s historic 4-Star Theatre, still without a buyer, offered for sale on Craigslist
From SFGate.com: The Richmond district’s 4-Star Theatre, a longtime San Francisco movie theater built in 1913, has been on the market since June 2015 without a serious buyer. At the time, it was being offered for $2.8 million, but now, over a year and a half later, a listing for it has been posted to Craigslist in hopes of attracting anyone who will continue to operate the two-screened establishment as a theater, or else develop it into “a church, school, event space, fitness center – subject to conditional use approval.” The Craigslist posting currently does not list a price, but advises interested parties to call for more information.
Story link: http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Richmond-district-s-historic-4-Star-Theatre-10835543.php#photo-12138135
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