Teatro del Lago
1515 Sheridan Road,
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Architects: Edwin H. Clark
Styles: Spanish Colonial
Previous Names: Teatro
The Teatro del Lago, opened in 1927, as part of the Spanish Court retail complex along Sheridan Road in what was then known as “No Man’s Land”, a triangular area between the North Shore suburbs of Wilmette and Kenilworth. (The area was finally annexed by Wilmette after much debate in 1942).
Both the theater and surrounding structures of the Spanish Court were built in Spanish Colonial style, including red tile roofs and buff stucco facades.
The Teatro was closed in September 1965 and was demolished in early 1966. A Jewel Food Store built on part of the site. The shopping center was remodeled and renamed the Plaza del Lago in 1967.
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