217 W. Randolph Avenue,
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Architects: Larry Blackledge
Built in 1969, to replace an earlier 1,147 seat Esquire Theater, which burnt down in March 1969. In 1987 the Esquire Theater was housed in a dark red corner brick building. "Esquire" was spelled out with black letters on large individual white squares attached to the top front of the building.
Under the lettering was a typical pointed marquee and an overhang sheltering the entrance.
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