323 Wall Street,
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Originally the site of Cohen’s Vaudeville Theatre, built in the late-1800’s, Keeneys Theatre was built in 1918, and was extensively remodeled in 1926. By then it was run by Walter Reade Theatres. The original architects were William E. Lehman and Gerrard W. Betz. Movies were combined with vaudeville for some years.
After closing it became a furniture store, but since 2001 has been a performing arts center. Some of the original organ parts are still in the basement.
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