The Historic Logan Theater Building
84 to 96 East Main Street
The theater building was built for the Knights of Pythias. The grand opening was held on November 1, 1926. Known then as the Pythias Theater, it hosted large live "roadshows" and motion pictures on its grand stage with full orchestra and a Wurlitzer pipe organ specially made for the venue.
The main theater, second and
third floors are well suited to a variety of live,
digital, performing and visual arts. It could also
be home to an incubator for creative and commercial arts
businesses or a school for the arts. Fiber optic
cable in the building should make it very appealing to
any business or organization that needs excellent web
connectivity. The current owner will stay and lease back
the commercial storefront space or vacate it if the new
owner has other plans.
The Chakeres Theater Restoration Corporation, a 501(c) (3) organization, has been formed to purchase and restore the theater. For more information on their mission, to contact them, or to make a donation go to www.logantheater.org.
Logan Town Center shares the group's hope that it will be able to restore the theater to the Main Street destination it was from 1926 until the early 1990's.
Here is a picture from the 1940's:
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44 & 48 West Main Street
Circa 1860's building remodeled in 2000 to Ohio Building Code. A former hotel, the second floor features individual or connecting studios with ample natural light. Room sizes vary from 10x12 to 12x14.
2nd Floor suite available. Includes 2 offices, kitchen and bathroom.
Flexible lease rates.New roof (2006).
New windows (2000/04)
For Information Contact Broker Owner
38 West Main Street
This 1954 commercial building is 12788 SF:
Real Estate Taxes: $3487.50/yr. (2010).
Real Estate Investment offered at $159,000.
44 East Main Street
Offered at $149,000.
Real Estate Taxes: $1241./yr. (2011)