212 N. Michigan Street,
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The 2,500-seat Granada Theatre opened on February 16, 1927 with Lewis Stone in “An Affair of the Follies”. The 3 manual Wurlitzer organ was opened by organist Floyd N. Young. The theatre was designed by K.M. Vitzhum, who also designed the Lerner Theatre (now the Elco Performing Arts Center) in Elkhart. By 1941 the Granada Theatre was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary John Balaban. It was still open in 1956, but had closed by 1957.
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