2083 Fulton Street,
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This small, late-run “nabe” situated in eastern Brooklyn near Rockaway Avenue was opened in 1914 as the Leroy Theatre. In 1926 it was renamed Ritz Theatre. It was renamed Paragon Theatre in 1929. In 1932, the Paragon Theatre was reported to have new owners who intended to re-name it the Roma Theatre as a showcase for Italian movies, but I don’t think that ever happened. The Paragon Theatre changed ownership many times during the Depression and finally closed in 1934.
It was converted into stores and light manufacturing use. It now serves as home for the New Hope Spiritual Mission.
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