There are many unique businesses in the city of Fort Collins. What can we say, the Choice City has a ton of local businesses that you can not find anywhere else.

As a Fort Collins resident, I appreciate the special and distinctive businesses that make the Choice City a special place.

A favorite movie theater and entertainment space is officially up for sale.

The Lyric in Fort Collins Is Now Available

A Reddit user found a listing for the Lyric online. The Lyric has not yet announced any intention of selling the space.

 

The Lyric is a phenomenal place that brings Northern Coloradans together. Of course, the Lyric is a great place to watch movies, but it also is a bar and restaurant, event space, live music venue, and they host numerous events that brings the community together.

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I certainly hope if this location is sold that they are able to find a different location.

Their outdoor theater is a staple and a favorite amongst Northern Colorado residents.

The Listing in Fort Collins

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The Lyric has been at the location on North College Avenue since 2017. For their first ten years, they operated at a different location.

The Lyric's asking price is $6.75 million. Biz Buy Sell says that the annual cash flow is $2.6 million. The listing emphasizes that the Lyric is the only independent movie theater in the market.

The listing describes the lyric as a unique turn-key movie theater and community art hub.

You can take a look at the listing here.

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