our latest project
San Diego Dancing Hall
This hall closed in the 1940s, around the start of World War II. A Western Auto store moved in downstairs, and the dance floor upstairs served as a storage room for several decades. After it had been purchased, nobody knew it was a dance hall.
Fortunately, much of the hall's original architectural features were intact. The original plank flooring, carved marble pillars and pressed tin ceilings were all in great shape, and the upstairs was virtually untouched.
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