2931 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue SE,
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This long-shuttered Congress Heights neighborhood movie house, opened on December 30, 1939 with Bob Hope in “Double or Nothing”. It was designed by noted theater architect John J. Zink in Moderne style, is located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue SE (formerly Nichols Avenue) near Mellon Street.
The Congress Theatre has been listed for several years on the “Most Endangered Places” list of the DC Preservation League.
It is currently in use as a liquor store.
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