104 N. Citrus Avenue,
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A classic 1920’s local movie house with a fabulous neon marquee that was added in the 1950’s, this house was going to be renovated into a performing arts facility. However the building was found to be structurally unsound and unable to retrofit to current earthquake standards, so the city very quickly tore it down in April 2005 without so much as getting an enviormental impact report.
The marquee letters were saved and were proposed to put on the new performing arts center that was built on the vacant lot. Unfortunately, they were beyond repair, but replicas were made, and the Corvina Performing Arts Center opened in October 2007.
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