There are a couple different options for parking at the El Capitan Theatre. If you wish to park directly behind the theater, you can do so, however parking is a flat rate of $25. This is a great option if you want to park super close, or if you want to do some extra sightseeing around Hollywood. Specialties: As an exclusive first run theatre for Walt Disney Pictures, The El Capitan Theatre hosts live stage shows, world premieres, and other special events that have helped restore showmanship to Hollywood Boulevard. Partial parking.
- The El Capitan Theater was built in 1949 and was a popular city attraction until it closed in 1965. The City of Pasadena purchased the property in 1995 in hopes of attracting an investor to help.
- Visit for more theme park fun!Costume displays and opening night activities for 'Avengers: Infinity War' at the El Capitan Thea.
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Located across the street from the theatre at Hollywood and Highland (1755 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028).
The El Capitan Theatre will do a partial validation for the cost of your parking if you park at the Hollywood & Highland Center, directly across the street from the theatre.
Please bring your parking stub from the Hollywood & Highland Center to the theatre to have it validated.
AS OF JANUARY 1, 2019 - PARKING RATE INCREASE:
Parking rates at the Hollywood & Highland Center are $3.00 for up to 4 hours with validation from the El Capitan Theatre; $2.00 for every 20 minutes thereafter. The daily maximum is $17.00. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 PM to 2 AM parking is a flat rate of $17.00 upon entry, no validation will be accepted. The parking structure is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, excluding Special Events.
The El Capitan Theatre reminds you to always drive safely. If you are unfamiliar with the area, please plan your trip in advance before you start driving. When using an online directional website or a navigational device in your vehicle, please use the following address to determine your directions to the parking structure: 1755 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028. Some recommended routes to the parking structure are as follows:
Coming from the North (San Fernando Valley)
Exit the southbound 101 Freeway at Highland Avenue (Hollywood Bowl Exit). Continue south on Highland Avenue to Johnny Grant Way. Turn right at Johnny Grant Way and proceed into the underground parking structure, just south of the Loews Hollywood Hotel.
Coming from the West (Beverly Hills)
Take La Brea north to Franklin. Continue east (to the right) on Franklin Avenue to Highland Avenue. Turn right onto Highland Avenue and continue to Johnny Grant Way. Turn right at Johnny Grant Way and proceed into the underground parking structure, just south of the Loews Hollywood Hotel.
Coming from the East (Orange County/ Downtown Los Angeles)
Going north on the 101 Freeway, exit Highland Avenue (Hollywood Bowl Exit). Keep right at fork in off-ramp (NOTE: SHARP TURN) Stay right onto Odin Street. Turn left on Highland Avenue. Turn right at Johnny Grant Way and proceed into the underground parking structure, just south of the Loews Hollywood Hotel.
For your convenience, public transportation options are available when visiting the El Capitan Theatre.
A Metro Red Line subway station is located across the street from the El Capitan Theatre in the Hollywood and Highland Entertainment Complex. Red Line base fares are $1.75 for each one-way trip. The Red Line runs every 10-20 minutes between 4:30 AM and 1:20 AM even on weekends. Parking is available at most stations along the Red Line. For detailed trip fares and itineraries, please visit the Trip Planner at www.Metro.net.
Metrolink tickets can be purchased via the Metrolink App or at Ticket Vending Machines and include free transfers to Metro rail. The app sells all Metrolink ticket types and provides the quickest and easiest way to get onboard. In addition, Metrolink trains now include weekend operating hours and connect with the Red Line at Los Angeles Union Station. For Metrolink schedules and fares, please visit www.Metrolinktrains.com.
The Pasadena City Council recently approved the sale of the historic El Capitan Theater and the adjoining Corrigan Center property to a New Jersey-based chemical company for approximately $4.6 million.
The real estate deal was approved by a vote of six-to-three at a meeting held Tuesday (Aug. 5). Councilmember Don Harrison questioned if the sale price and the arrangement made to lease back a portion of the Corrigan Center which currently houses the city’s municipal court and the administrative offices of the Pasadena Fire Department.
“Even though I want to get rid of the property I have real problems with the appraisal itself,” Councilmember Don Harrison said. “And I have problem with the lease back (arrangement) of $383,000 and the return on our investment.”
Councilmembers Cody Ray Wheeler and Ornaldo Ybarra also voted against the sale but made no comment prior to the vote. Voting in favor of the measure were Mayor Johnny Isbell, Councilmembers Bruce Leamon, Pat Van Houte, Phil Cayten, Steve Cote and Darrell Morrison.
The El Capitan Theater was built in 1949 and was a popular city attraction until it closed in 1965. The City of Pasadena purchased the property in 1995 in hopes of attracting an investor to help share remodeling costs to re-open the theater.
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In 2009, city officials awarded an $85,000 contract to Civil Concepts for engineering services and a $105,000 contract to M. Arthur Gensler Jr. for architecture services. Shortly after, the front façade of the property was restored.
However, in the years that followed the long hoped-for investor never materialized and the theater fell into disrepair.
According to agenda documents, the property was bought by Camin Cargo Control Inc. for $4,605,000. Based in Linden, NJ, the chemical testing and inspection company currently has a Pasadena location on Dabney Street.
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Company officials did not return calls seeking information and it is unclear if the El Capitan will be torn down or how the property will be used.
Agenda documents indicate city officials agreed to a two-year, lease-back agreement to include 31,982 square feet for monthly payments of $31,982 ($383,784 annually).
The theater space measures 11,529 square feet and the Corrigan Center is 70,789 square feet. Both sit on a 9.084-acre parcel located at 1001 Shaw Avenue.
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