Mission Street Theater

Project Overview

Originally built in 1916, the Mission Street Theater stands as a historical landmark. This project transformed the theater into a modern entertainment destination while preserving its rich heritage, featuring five screens, including a restaurant and two balconies. Architecturally, it was a marvel, boasting Art Deco design elements and intricate interior details reminiscent of the beloved Castro Theater.

The revitalized Mission Street Theater boasts five state-of-the-art screens and is equipped with cutting-edge sound and projection technology. Each theater promises an unparalleled cinematic journey, complemented by a full-service restaurant and bar curated to elevate every aspect of patronage. From gourmet cuisine to artisanal cocktails, guests can indulge in a culinary adventure that mirrors the excellence of the silver screen.


California Preservation Design Award for 2017

Project Details

San Francisco, California



Project Type

Negotiated GMP

Delivery Method

34,000 SF

Project Size

The Team

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema


Larson Binkley Inc.


Rob Porter

Project Manager


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