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NoHo Laemmle Theatre to Break Ground Today

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The East Valley is finally getting its art house/indie movie theatre starting tomorrow -- at least the digging and construction part, that is. And unlike the two other Laemmle Theatres in the Valley, the new attraction in the NoHo Arts District will be more transit friendly with the confluence of the Metro Red and Orange lines nearby.

The movie theater is the final phase of the NoHo Commons project, which includes the already-built HOWS Market, The Lofts, The Gallery and other various streetside retail (food, bank, etc). In addition to the seven-screen Laemmle Theatre, there will be 200,000 square feet of office space, 42,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space and nine residential units.

Previously on LAist
-- Neighborhood Project: NoHo Arts District
-- About the NoHo Art Wave Project
-- Bank Heist Burns Down
-- The NoHo Streetcar (a dream)

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