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Former Movie Tavern on Locust Hill is torn down to make way for this business

Movie Tavern, a new theatre that has taken over Cinemark Movies 8 location on Locust Hill by Kroger. On March 7, 2007, a charity event allowed guests to experience the new theatre before it opens to the public on March 9, 2007. 2519.
Movie Tavern, a new theatre that has taken over Cinemark Movies 8 location on Locust Hill by Kroger. On March 7, 2007, a charity event allowed guests to experience the new theatre before it opens to the public on March 9, 2007. 2519. Lexington Herald-Leader

The former location of Lexington’s Movie Tavern at 133 North Locust Hill has been torn down to make way for Citadel Self-Storage.

Citadel filed city permit documents for new construction on the Locust Hill site on Feb. 20.

The $1 million self-storage building will include 55,000 square feet of space, according to documents filed with the city.

The Movie Tavern at Brannon Crossing in Nicholasville remains open. Milwaukee-based Marcus Corporation bought the Nicholasville Movie Tavern and 21 other Movie Taverns in February.

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