Garden Theatre (Second)
124-26 E. First Street,
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The Garden Theatre was built on the side of the old Garden Theatre (nee Bijou Theatre) and operated by Butterfield Theatres. It closed in 1957 because of the rise of television and the popularity of drive-in theaters.
It was demolished around 1966 to make room for Flint’s tallest building, Genesee Towers. The architect of the Garden Theatre was C. Howard Crane and the design was similar to that of the Gladmer Theatre in Lansing, which was built in 1939 as well.
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