RKO Hamilton Theatre
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Architects: Thomas White Lamb
Styles: Renaissance Revival
Previous Names: B.F. Keith's Hamilton Theatre
The Hamilton Theatre was opened in 1913 for B.S. Moss. It was equipped with a Moller theatre pipe organ. Later taken over by RKO. They closed it in March 1965 with Doris Day in “Send Me No Flowers” and Dan Duryea in “Taggart”.
The building has been used as a church, a boxing auditorium, and in 1985, a disco. Since then, the lobby area of the former RKO Hamilton Theatre was converted into retail space, while the auditorium is currently unused.
When viewed in June 2013, the retail in the former foyer had moved out, and the space was available ‘For Lease’.
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