Myrtle Beach South Carolina Palace Theater in Myrtle Beach being Torn Down and Demolished

Palace Theater in Myrtle Beach being Torn Down and Demolished

The Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach was closed for the remainder of the 2016 year after sustaining severe damage during Hurricane Matthew. A large piece of the theater's front facade was ripped off during the hurricane, exposing the theater to the outside. A representative with the company confirmed that all shows for the remainder of 2016 have been cancelled, including the Christmas Wonderland holiday show, the Hot Jersey Nights tribute to the Four Seasons, and Ron White's show, which was scheduled for October 8. Nationally famous musicians and comedians left crowds delighted there, and the Radio City Rockettes sparkled under the cupola. But the 2,700-seat Palace Theatre, was one of the largest and most ambitious performance spaces in the Myrtle Beach area, in this video you can see it come tumbling down. The Chapin Co. leased the land under the theater to the building’s owners. But now, the company has taken control of the building and the demolition. There are no plans as to what will happen to the land, which was assessed at $4.9 million for tax purposes. Now you know what happened to the Palace Theater! You have questions... we have answers. Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts 604 N 27th Ave Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 843-839-9870 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Questions To Ask When Buying A Home | Jerry Pinkas" -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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