CLEVELAND -- The owner of a Cleveland parking lot took the production companies behind "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" to court today.
The owner of the city's second largest parking lot, known as "The Pit," sued over how one of the movie's road closures is affecting his business.
Court officials would only say a financial settlement -- amount undisclosed -- has been reached between 'The Pit' owners and the Captain America production companies.
The 'Pit' owners went to court because they claim the closing of the West Shoreway affected their income.
They claimed the filming should be kept from "blocking vehicular and pedestrian access to the lot's West 3rd St. entrance for two full weeks..."
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Nancy Russo heard the case.
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The lot, located north of Lakeside Avenue from West 3rd to West 9th streets, can fit up to 782 cars on the lot.
The owner said customers can't access this enormous space because movie equipment is blocking cars from getting in at one of the entrances.
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The two sides had been trying to come to a compromise, but couldn't agree on the terms.
The attorneys for the parking lot owner filed a temporary restraining order.