2629 W. York Street,
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Firms: Hoffman-Henon Co.
Previous Names: Twentieth Century Motion Picture Parlor, York Palace, York Street Palace
Opened around 1912 as a large 790-seat nickelodeon named the Twentieth Century Motion Picture Parlor. The architecture firm of Hoffman-Henon Co. are not the original architects. They are responsible for alterations made to this theater in 1927 when the Gibelli Company, famous interior decorators were responsible for a new interior. the seating capacity was reduced to 499. The York Theater was closed on February 5, 1951 with Gregory Peck in “Twelve O'Clock High”. It became a church.
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