Two Popular Delta Movie Theaters Are Up For Sale
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Delta Movie Theaters Up For Sale
Delta residents are wondering about the future of the Tru Vu Drive-In and the Egyptian Theater now that both theaters have gone up for sale.
The current owners purchased the two theaters in October of 2019 with hopes of keeping it for years to come, but with the onset of COVID-19 in 2020, it's been a struggle to find success. One of the co-owners, Maragaret Stalcup told the Delta County Independent the theater business was not bouncing back quickly and the decision was made to put the two businesses up for sale.
The Historic Egyptian Theater
The Egyptian Theater was built in 1928 and is on the National Register of Historic Places and sits on Delta's Main Street. The theater seats about 400 people in a two-story 6,250 square foot building with 2 bathrooms, a snack bar, a ticket booth, and an upstairs storage area, office, and movie projection room.The listing by Renfrow Realty shows an asking price of $550,000 for the historic theater.
The Tru Vu Drive-In Is One of Colorado's Six Drive-In Theaters
Meanwhile, the Tru Vu Drive-In, also owned by Stalcup, along with her sister Jane Lane and her husband Jim Lane, is on the market. The Tru Vu is one of only six remaining drive-in theaters in Colorado. The Tru Vu sits on 8 acres and comes with a snack bar, projector room, two bathrooms, and 300 parking spaces. The asking price is $600,000.