Loew's Rochester Theatre
130 S. Clinton Avenue,
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The Rochester Theatre opened on November 7, 1927 as part of the Schine’s chain, but soon became part of the Loew’s Inc. empire. With 3,581 seats it was advertised as the largest theatre in America between New York and Chicago. The auditorium featured bronze light fixtures, murals, leather upholstery for the box seats, and an enormous Marr & Colton organ.
The Loew’s Rochester Theatre was to be renovated as part of a downtown redevelopment, but a local firm bought it and demolished it in 1964 to make way for their new headquarters.
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