710 S. Alvarado Street,
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Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Alvarado Theatre
Opened in 1914, the Alvarado Theatre originally had a Neo-Classical style facade and was designed by architects John C. Austin & William C. Pennell. In 1936, architect S. Charles Lee remodeled the theatre in an Art Moderne style.
Renamed the Park Theatre on April 6, 1966, the theatre switched to porn, and then gay porn. In the 1970’s, the Park Theatre was twinned and returned to mainstream films. The theatre closed in 1986 and was gutted. Today, the building houses a swap meet.
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