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Huntridge Theatre Has Potential Buyer After 16 Years Closed

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City Attorney Brad Jerbic mentioned a deal that's in the works to sell the Huntridge Theater at Wednesday's City Council meeting. According to Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The sale is a part of Project Enchilada which is an initiative to revitalize downtown Las Vegas.

The Hunteridge Theatre opened in 1944 and closed on July 31st, 2004. The Huntridge Theatre was said to have been the first non-segregated theater in Las Vegas.

A nonprofit organization, The Huntridge Foundation works to preserve the architectural integrity, history, and culture pf the Huntridge Theatre and the surrounding community.

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