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Moving On April 30th from 3 bedroom in Hollywood


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Why do people choose ABC Movers as their #1 moving services provider in Pleasant Hill?

Pleasant Hill is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States, in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area. The population was 33,152 at the 2010 census.

The city incorporated in 1961.The city hall of Pleasant Hill has won several awards in architectural design.For most of its history, Pleasant Hill did not have a true downtown or Main Street. In 1991, the city began planning the redevelopment of the area around the intersection of Monument Boulevard and Contra Costa Boulevard. In July 2000, downtown Pleasant Hill finally opened, as a privately owned and operated outdoor shopping center designed to resemble a typical suburban Main Street.On February 21, 1967, Century 21 Theaters opened its 895-seat "Dome" theater, just east of I-680 between Monument Boulevard and Hookston Road. Visible from the freeway, the futuristic "igloo-shaped" cinema became an iconic landmark for the newly incorporated city. The theater was designed by prolific Bay Area architect Vincent G. Raney with a distinctive 50-foot-high domed ceiling and over-sized curved screen. The theater was initially built to showcase the Cinerama widescreen process, which had been developed in the 1950s.

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