Let’s hope they study the populations of the are and put some thought to what movies they bring to town.
The improvements planned for the 8,500-square-foot building at 525 Lighthouse Ave. include new seats, new carpeting, new curtains, new wallpaper, new sound system, remodeled snack bar lighting, new interior and exterior paint and awnings, he said.
But all that investment comes with some risk, Enea acknowledged.
“The success of the proposed venture will be predicated upon the patronage from Pacific Grove residents,” he said.
North American Cinemas, a Santa Rosa company, which Enea said owns 125 screens on the west coast, is slated to operate the theater.