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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. -- Multiple buildings are slated to be demolished in St. Joseph County.
Mishawaka's Movie 6, behind Best Buy on University Drive, will be facing demolition.
Movie 6 was built back in 1986 and hasn't shown movies since 2016. Many are wondering what will become of the property.
ABC 57 reached out to the Chamber of Commerce who say the owner of the property, Cinemark,may be looking to increase the marketability of the property as the land is valued at more than $1 million. Cinemark has not yet confirmed this information.
Also under demolition is South Bend's Fat Daddy's.
Fat Daddy's is an Army surplus store that was inside a structure within a group of three buildings located at Michigan and Monroe Streets in downtown South Bend.
According to the Mayor's Office, fencing has been placed with demolition coming in the near future.
The Department of Public Works will be releasing more information on demolition plans when they become available.