914 Central Avenue,
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The building was a converted grain-house, which became the Alcazar Theatre. It was one of the many theatres lining St. Petersburg’s Central Avenue, first appearing in the newspaper in 1926. By 1941 it had been renamed Roxy Theatre.
It later became the Center Theatre and was equipped to screen 70mm films in the 1960’s. The Center Theatre was closed in 1977. Today, 914 Central Avenue is a parking lot.
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