Steamboat Springs' Chief Plaza Theater for sale

posted by CSWalczak on December 7, 2009 at 7:40 am

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO — The four-screen Chief Plaza is for sale. Opened since at least 1970, it was originally a single screen theater called the Village and converted to a quad in 1989. The property also includes two storefronts. The agent handling the sale hopes that the new owner will convert the property to a mixed-use venue.

he building includes the movie theater and two retail stores: Summit Shades and Blossom, which sells women’s clothing and gift items. The two stores total 1,480 square feet, and the movie theater is 5,520 square feet, Sanders said. He added that Barry has owned Chief Plaza Theater since 1970 and converted it to a four-theater format in 1989.

Sanders, formerly of Ski Town Lifestyle Properties and Green Courte Partners, said last week that he has just begun his own firm and will place Chief Plaza on the Multiple Listing Service soon, once all the final requirements for Ski Town Commercial Real Estate are completed.

Read more in the Steamboat Pilot.

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