10709 Grand River Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Wisper-Wetsman Theaters
Architects: Charles N. Agree
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Beverly Theatre opened August 27, 1937, for Mamie Kogan and Robert Silberstein. It was designed in Streamline Moderne style by Charles N. Agree and could originally seat about 1,475. The Beverly Theatre was erected in less than four months, and cost close to a quarter million dollars to build. It later was operated by the Wisper & Westman circuit.
The theater was closed in 1964 and sat vacant until 1981 when it was became home to a church. The church occasionally hosts live stage events and concerts.
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