105-9 Rivington Street,
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Architects: Eugene DeRosa
Construction of the Ruby Theatre was announced, along with that of its Lower East Side neighbors the Palestine Theatre, the Charles Theatre (then Bijou), and Apollo Theatre, in November 1925.
Like those theatres, the Ruby Theatre opened in 1926. Seating was provided for 484 first floor seats plus 100 in the balcony, the theatre was closed by 1940 and was converted into an indoor market.
Hotel on Rivington now occupies the space.
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