Loew's Metropolitan Theatre
392 Fulton Street,
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The Thomas Lamb-designed Metropolitan Theatre opened on September 15, 1918. In December 1978 it was converted into a four-screen theater by Loew’s, to the plans of architect David K. Mesbur. It was taken over by Cineplex-Odeon in the late-1980’s and was closed in July 1996.
The theater underwent extensive renovation and restoration between 2000-2002, and it was de-quadded. It reopened in June 2002 as the new home of the Brooklyn Tabernacle.
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