Dating of the la jolla complex
16, 2015 at 7611 Fay Ave., former site of Jonathan’s Market in La Jolla.
Site superintendent Charlie D’Amato, of Dempsey Construction, said at times there were upwards of 150 people per day working to finish The Lot cinema complex, as seen under construction Sept.
(Pat Sherman)Fastlicht said he considers The Lot a “lifestyle destination.” “It’s a community hub that we’ve designed to take advantage of the fabulous weather in La Jolla,” he said, noting roughly 12-foot-tall glass doors around the periphery of the restaurant, café and theater entrance.
If there is an event you would like to attend, but you are a few years over the age limit, there may be options for you.
We allow 1 or 2 people of each gender to attend a younger age group, provided there are seats remaining once registration closes on the day of the event.
Men and women, who may be on the lower or upper end of an age group, have the opportunity to attend events for two different age groups in order to find the one they like the best!
We overlap the age groups in order to let you chose what event you want to attend – consider this an advantage!Site superintendent Charlie D’Amato, of Dempsey Construction, said conversion from market to movie theater was a challenge, especially given the existing condition of the building, which involved removal of hidden asbestos and structural reinforcements to bear the added load of theater seating.Given delays in construction from winter rains, D’Amato said at any given time his worker safety sheets showed as many as 150 people per day working on the project.“All these doors that you see open up completely, so the distinction between in and out really gets blurred. The inaugural roster of films will be announced a few days before the opening, said Fastlicht, who signed a 20-year lease on the space with Dallo Enterprises, which operated Jonathan’s.