Loew's Triboro Theatre
2804 Steinway Street,
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Previously operated by: Loew's Inc.
Architects: Thomas White Lamb
One of the last giant Loew’s movie palaces to be built in New York City, this classic Thomas Lamb theatre opened February 21, 1931 with Marie Dressler in “Reducing” and vaudeville on the stage. It welcomed visitors with a classic Mayan Revival exterior. Inside, its Italian Renaissance Atmospheric style auditorium and palatial interior delighted audiences who journeyed in from all over Queens.
Sadly, although the Triboro Theatre was one of the last to be built, it was also one of the first to go, closing in June 1974, and demolished later that year. Its demolition continues to leave a gaping wound in Queens' architectural history.
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