Ozaukee Theatre

116 W. Grand Avenue,
Port Washington, WI 53074

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OZAUKEE Theatre; Port Washington, Wisconsin.

The former Ozaukee Theatre, on Grand Avenue in Port Washington’s historic Old Town, was located in the Hoffman-Adam Building, and built in 1926. The theater was designed in Mediterranean Revival style and originally served as a vaudeville and movie house. Today the building houses a coffee house.

Contributed by Bryan Krefft

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kencmcintyre on March 3, 2007 at 1:08 pm

Here is an article from the Sheboygan Press dated 2/16/61:

To Convert Port Theater To Offices

PORT WASHINGTON â€" Attorneys Gerold and Huiras have started remodeling of the Ozaukee Theater on W. Grand Avenueâ€"the last movie theater to operate in Port Washington â€" to convert it into a suite of offices. The Ozaukee Theater went out of the movie business several years ago, and last year the half-block long building was purchased by Gerold and Huiras. They had originally planned to convert the second floor into apartments, but this idea has been abandoned as being too costly. The ground floor will be remodeled into offices for their law firm, and there will be additional office space for rent. According to Atty. Carl E. Gerold of Port Washington, the remodeling work will be completed in about three months and ready for occupancy this summer.

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