San Carlino Theatre

857 Grand Avenue,
New Haven, CT 06511

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Original Star facade and 1937

Viewing: Photo | Street View

This building is three stories and is now a Pentecostal Church (Manantial De Vida). The bottom is retail and the top two floors have long windows on each level at each end with a small windown in the center with a raised pilaster on each side of the middle window. For lack of a better architectural term), there are squiggly plaster lines on each side of each pilaster.

The side is sloped with mini-pilasters and there’s an L-wing to the left in yellow brick. The right side is grey brick and there’s a staircase leading up to a locked and rusted door. In the back is lots of ivy and basement steps that I didn’t have time to explore.

Contributed by Dave Bonan

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Roger Katz
Roger Katz on November 4, 2012 at 5:19 pm

Where is that photo up top from and what is the proof that it is of the San Carlino Theatre?

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