Park Slope Patch confirms a rumor posted earlier this week on Fucked in Park Slope that a new operator has purchased the Pavilion Theater on Prospect Park West and started renovating the movie house. A rep for the new owners tells Patch they’ll be painting, putting in new carpets and seats, and looking to re-open the Pavilion’s cafe. There have been complaints in recent months about the state of the theater, as well as talk that it was infested with bedbugs.
Pavilion Theater Under New Ownership [PS Patch]
Rumor: Pavilion Movie Theater Renovation Underway [FIPS]
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