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City Council to Consider Buying Grove Theater

September 21, 2002|From Times Staff Reports

The City Council will decide Tuesday whether to pay nearly $7 million for the Grove of Anaheim, a 1,100-seat theater in the community's sports and entertainment district.

City officials are planning to turn over management of the Grove to a private entertainment company. The city, however, would hold on to the prime real estate between Edison International Field and Arrowhead Pond for future development.

Anaheim originally owned the 1.25-acre site, but deeded it to Ogden Entertainment in 1997 for $1 million on condition that the company build a dinner theater and give the city first rights if it ever tried to sell it.

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