1310 S. Halsted Street,
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Architects: Alexander L. Levy
The Irving Theater was built in 1912, in an existing early-1880’s commercial structure on S. Halsted Street in the historic W. Maxwell Street area. It was designed by architect Alexander Levy and seated just under 300. The Irving Theater was in operation at least through the 1950’s, and was later converted back to retail use, though in later years was vacant. The former theatre was demolished by 2007.
It is not to be confused with the much larger Irving Theater (originally the Irving Park Theater) in the Irving Park neighborhood.
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