3601 12th Street NE,
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The Newton opened on July 29, 1937. It was designed in Streamline Moderne style, at the intersection of 12th and Newton Streets, in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington. The architect, John J. Zink, designed several of Washington’s best-known movie houses, including the Uptown, Naylor, and the Atlas.
After closing as a movie house in 1979, the Newton served as a rock concert venue in the early-to-mid 1980’s before closing permanently. The former theater has since been converted into a pharmacy.
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