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Theatre at the Ace Hotel is located at 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles, California. It is a renovated hotel as well as a theatre type. The combined building was initially known as the United Artists Building and later known as the Texaco Building. The building was known as the tallest building in the city. The Theatre is formerly known as the historic United Artists Theater. The Theatre is under the ownership of Chesapeake Lodging Trust while the Ace Hotel Group manages it. The building consists of 13 floors with 3 floors for Theatre while the architecture was designed by Walker & Eisen and Charles Howard Crane. The venue is styled in a Spanish Gothic Revival. It has a seating capacity of 1,600 people at the auditorium. The original building was renovated into a hotel and was opened in 2014.
The Theatre is a classic movie palace that served as a major premier house. The Sunday services by Scott held here until his death in 2005. It was also topped for years as "Jesus Saves" neon signs. It has the most extensive collection of Bibles in private hands. The building is in a historic district contributing property and is present on the National Register of Historic Places. The Theatre was re-opened in 2015 after complete restoration with an opening concert performed by the British rock band Spiritualized. Red Hot Chili Peppers performed a fundraiser at the Theatre on February 5, 2016, in support of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
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