1308 Niagara Street,
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The Capitol Theatre in Niagara Falls, New York was opened in 1926, originally seating 1,400, with a balcony. C.R. Phelps, of Niagara Falls, was the builder of the theatre.
By 1934, it was part of the Basil Brothers chain, having been remodeled with seating reduced to 950.
Converted from a movie house in the 1950’s to Capitol Skateville. After a few incarnations as a skate park, the auditorium was last used as a warehouse.
Renovations are now underway with a re-opening as a concert venue planned for either January 2014 or spring of 2014.
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