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The Park Labrea News & Beverly Press is reporting that the Regency Fairfax Cinemas 3 in Los Angeles, California remains closed after heavy rains in January damaged its roof. The damage forced its closure after the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety issued an order for repairs to be made to the collapsed ceiling.
According to the article, the building's owner has proposed a different use for the building:
The building’s owner, Alex Gorby, has proposed developing the theatre and some adjacent shops into a 71-unit condominium complex over retail space and subterranean parking. An environmental impact report is currently being created. In the meantime, Gorby has not disclosed whether he will repair the ceiling, and is evaluating the cost, according to Ira Handelman, a consultant representing the theatre’s owner.
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Since it doesn't appear that the theater will be re-opened in the forseeable future, we are deactivating the Regency Fairfax Cinemas 3 in our records.
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