11 Clinton Street,
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Previously operated by: Brandt Theaters
Architects: Eugene DeRosa
Functions: Daycare Center
Previous Names: Palestine Theatre
The Palestine Theatre was opened in 1926. Seating was provided for 750 in the orchestra and 469 in the balcony. It was sold at auction in February 1932. A sub-run neighborhood theatre on the Lower East Side, it was part of the Brandt chain by 1943. The Palestine Theatre was still open in 1957. It was renamed Winston Theatre in the early-1960’s.
The entrance, foyer and lobby was demolished in 1971. The bulk of the building backing onto 180-186 Suffolk Street remains today, converted into use as a day-care center.
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