PHH Entertainment Ventures

  • PHH Ventures Partners Lease Aztec Theater, with Plans to Redevelop It

    After the successful collaboration at transforming Sam’s Burger Joint into a live music venue, Sam Panchevre and Keith Howerton, partners at PHH Ventures Entertainment LLC, have signed a multi-year lease with Baron Theodore Bracht for the 87-year old historic Aztec Theater. The property, located at 201 E. Commerce Street, will undergo renovations that will transform the theater into a concert venue capable of accommodating mid-sized touring acts.

    San Antonio 02 December 2013 16:58

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