Capshaw Buying Jefferson Theater

DMB manager / real estate mogul Coran Capshaw has made a deal to buy the Jefferson Theater from Hook editor Hawes Spencer, John Yellig reports in today’s Progress. Hawes bought the nearly century-old building back in 1992, running it as a two-screen second-run theater, renting out the upper stories as apartments, and renting out the two storefronts as retail. The space has an amazing history, Houdini and the Three Stooges being two of its most famous vaudeville shows. Hawes says that Coran intends to continue doing basically the same thing with it, only probably making money on it.

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