Loew's 46th Street Theatre
4515 New Utrecht Avenue,
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Opened in 1927 as the Universal Theatre, built for Universal Pictures, within a year it was taken over by Loew’s Inc. and was renamed Loew’s 46th Street Theatre. Closed in 1973, it was converted into retail space as a furniture store.
To enable this, a wall was added just below the balcony. Everything between the wall and the original entrance became a retail space. Everything beyond the wall, towards the original screen, has remained relatively intact.
The balcony seats are still in place. The auditorium has survived with little damage. Stage and dressing rooms are also intact.
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