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The Granada has been gutted and turned into a banquet hall. There is a small stage for performances but no films mentioned. Website: http://www.liveloveleal.com/events
Much better picture.
Status should be demolished. The building was too badly damaged to be repaired. Aerial views of the fire showed the steel beam spans over the former auditorium.
This former theatre was badly damaged by a natural gas explosion in an adjacent building on July 10 2018. It will most likely be demolished.
Article about the theatre opening. https://host.madison.com/ct/entertainment/dining/flix-brewhouse-has-movies-and-beer-on-tap-at-east/article_b34036f5-b4d6-54e6-b52c-21651698c0d5.html
More pictures have been uploaded in the Photos section.
From Street View, it appears that this theatre has been demolished.
Status should be closed, renovating.
Current function should be: Masonic Lodge
Currently a sign shop. Function should be business.
Now called “The Orpheum Café and Theater”
There are a couple of interior pictures on the website. It’s basically a large open space with exposed brick walls.
Website is down. Only mention on Facebook is for the original one in Austin TX.
The much maligned Block 37 has been completely developed and also includes a mainstream movie theatre, the AMC Dine In Block 37.
Function should be retail.
Did this theatre ever show movies?
I see the strip mall also has a strip club. Very appropriate.
There are plans to turn this theatre into a railroad museum. Story here: https://patch.com/ohio/avon-oh/avon-lake-businessman-wants-to-bring-train-museum-to-9fe3372829
VHS tapes to rent or buy? Doesn’t sound right The last major picture to be released on VHS was “History of Violence in 2006. VHS tapes are currently selling in thrift stores for $1 and less.
This theatre may not be open too much longer. The parking lot outside its entrance has been sold for development and theatre patrons will not be allowed to park there. ?They are on a month to month lease as it is so the mall owners don’t see the theatre staying open without adequate parking. Story here: http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/courts/legal-dispute-over-parking-lot-could-doom-market-square-movie/article_35b3bed4-7386-5c61-9133-cbea77d04710.html