123 W. San Francisco Street,
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Santa Fe’s first purpose built cinema, the Paris Theatre opened in 1914. It burned shortly after World War II in 1945.
In 1948 a new 700 seat theatre was built on the site, which opened as the El Paseo Theatre in late-1948. It closed again in the 1970s. Reopened briefly as a disco, then an short-lived art house. It has been commercial retail space since circa-1990. Now Coldwater Creek, the building is still owned by the Greer/Salmon family that opened it, and Greer Enterprises now has their offices on the second floor.
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