Loew's 86th Street Theatre
162 E. 86th Street,
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Previous Names: 86th Street Theatre
The 86th Street Theatre was listed in the 1914-1915 edition of American Motion Picture Directory. In April 1916, Marcus Loew’s Midvale Amusement Company took it over and it was renamed Loew’s 86th Street Theatre. It operated as a late run motion picture site until at least 1950 and was possible run by Brandt during the final years.
The theatre covered a plot fronting 27.9 on 86th street and running through the block to 163-165 East 85th street with a 91.5 front on the latter street. It stood three stories high at 86th street and four stories high at 85th street.
This was the third Loew’s theatre on the block, the others being the Loew’s Yorkville Theatre and the Loew’s Orpheum Theatre.
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