362 S. Salina Street,
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One of architect Thomas Lamb’s most well known and classic theaters, the former Loew’s State Theater is the grandest and only survivor of Syracuse’s era of the movie palaces. It opened on February 18, 1928.
After delighting audiences for almost 50 years, the theater had fallen into disrepair and was experiencing poor attendance. To save and preserve it in 1977, a group of citizens formed the Syracuse Area Landmark Theatre, or SALT.
SALT saved Lamb’s classic work and the theatre is now a showcase for concerts and performing arts. Thanks to ongoing renovation, the Landmark Theatre is back to its original grandeur.
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