1720 N. El Camino Real,
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Opened in 1938, the Miramar Theatre in San Clemente, California is in danger of being demolished following its sale to a local developer.
The new owner has said that some of the theater’s key architectural elements may be saved, including its Spanish Colonial tower.
Despite those assertions, preservationists doubt anything will be left of the 64-year-old theater.
Even if some of the original elements are saved, the importance of the theater would be lost and the building would never be added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Miramar Theatre is currently on the city’s list of historic properties and the space is now being eyed for restaurant, retail, or office space, or possibly for senior housing.
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