2700 Pulaski Highway,
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Located on the east side of Baltimore. The original Belnord Theatre was built and opened in 1911, designed by architect John Fruend Jr. It had an Airdome open-air theatre next to it. It was demolished in 1919 and the ‘new’ Belnord Theatre was built, designed by architect William O. Sparklin, opening on May 14, 1921 with 790 seats all on a single floor. It was equipped with a 3 manual Kimball organ. In October 1921 a 400-seat balcony was added.
The Belnord Theatre closed as a movie theatre in fall of 1969 and was converted to a supermarket and has changed hands a couple times since its conversion. By 2017 it had become a furniture store. The balcony and upper parts of the auditorium still survive intact above a false ceiling.
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