Historic Park Theatre

What would you like to see at the historic Park Theatre?

There’s a large vacant space at 1336-C Park Street at Central right behind Tomatina. We’d like to get your suggestions on what you would like to see here.

This space was originally a Vaudeville theatre built in 1904.  More recently it was used as an office. It still has many of the original interior and exterior features like exposed brick and pressed tin ceilings. The owner believes this would space would be great for some type of nightlife or entertainment: for example, a nice restaurant, bar, upscale club, or a live music venue. Several of you have asked for a live music venue before, so this could be the spot.

We’d like to hear your ideas for what you would like to see in this spot. Please submit your suggestions on Spotmojo using this link:


Alameda Patch is working with Spotmojo to collect your suggestions. The suggestions submitted on Spotmojo will go to the broker and potential businesses. You can make your suggestions in the comments section below, but please note, your suggestions posted on Spotmojo will go directly to the broker and potential businesses.

Spotmojo is a website where you can suggest the businesses you want where you live, work, or play. The suggestions are provided to new businesses and commercial real estate brokers to help new businesses find their ideal location. This gives you a voice in the businesses that open in your neighborhood and it helps local businesses succeed.

Ademala January 17, 2013 at 11:40 PM
I would like to see the Park Theater brought back to life! A good theater - for vaudeville, music, or anything else - would be an awesome addition to the neighborhood.
Kimberlee MacVicar January 18, 2013 at 12:13 AM
Can you write an article about the history of the Park Theatre? I never heard about this and I grew up here. I always figured that was odd office space, including where the Edward Jones office is in that center. Thank you.
Carol Parker January 18, 2013 at 01:16 AM
How about a comedy club?
Rob January 18, 2013 at 03:43 AM
I second, I would love some history on this Theatre!
Karen Bey January 18, 2013 at 04:48 AM
Several months ago I was in Mill Valley on Throckmorton Street and I wondered off this lovely brick path only to discover a lovely wine club and restaurant. The first thing I thought of when I saw it was the alley off Park Street in Alameda. I'm not sure of the square footage -- but it would be nice to have all three -- wine club, dining and entertainment.


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