2218 NW Market Street,
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Functions: Office Space
Previous Names: Bagdad Theatre
The building was built and originally owned by the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and the building is sometimes referred to by older citizens as the Eagles Building. The Bagdad Theatre was opened on May 28, 1927 and it was equipped with a Wurlitzer organ. In June 1947 it was renamed Ballard Theatre.
The building still stands, mostly used as office space. The last remaining performance space in the building (the Backstage Theatre rock club) closed its doors in the spring 1998. The space was later occupied by a fitness center and in 2013 was in use by the Great Harvest Bread Company.
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