32 Main Street
Built by John B. "Jack" Eames in 1951. "Jack" was known as "The Dean of New England Motion Picture Exhibitors", operating theaters in several local towns through his Interstate Amusement Company. The building featured a modern 800 seat movie theater, The Jax Jr. Cinema, commercial storefronts and office space on the second floor. In 1981, the Jax Jr. Cinema posted a message on the marquee "Closed we're having twins". The theater was split into two cinemas. Today the theater features state of the art Dolby Digital and DTS Digital Sound, new high back rocking chairs, digital pre-show trivia, and a beautiful neon marquee. The building has received two New Hampshire Main Street Awards for the remodeling work to the theater and to the second floor office space.
Movie theater, four commercial storefronts, and seven offices.
Office space ranges from 500 - 600 S.F. All offer Reception room and separate office.
- Rents: $375 - $450
Storefronts range from 1,350 - 2,700 S.F. All are Main Street level and have basement level storage. Each has a private bathroom.
- Rents: from $825
Located in the heart of downtown Littleton. Great Visibility, Brick Exterior, Central Air Conditioning, Tinted Sound Proofed Windows, Fully Sprinklered, Handicap Accesible, Ample Parking, Restrooms, Front and Rear Entrances. Non-Smoking.
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