1942 Webster Avenue,
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Previous Names: Tremont Yiddish Theatre, Cinema Tremont
The Tremont was one of the earliest purpose-built cinemas in the Bronx, opening around 1910 and closing about 1960. During a half-century of operation, it was also known as the Tremont Yiddish Theatre and Cinema Tremont, according to historian Michael Miller’s list of Bronx theatres. More information about the Tremont’s history and the current status of the site is needed. In 2002, it was reported to be converted into retail space. In 2011 signs on the building stated ‘Hall For Rent’.
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