51 Chenango Street,
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Previously operated by: Comerford Theaters Inc.
Architects: Sanford O. Lacey
Previous Names: Nickle Theatre
The Nickle Theatre was opened in 1908, a conversion of a café. It was renamed Star Theatre when Mr. N. Kornblight, proprietor of the Star Theatre was in New York a few days ago looking for features for his new house. The Star Theatre has been remodelled and is now showing pictures to large audiences every day. Mr. Kornblight says that Binghamton will soon have several first class houses, but he does not greatly fear competition. It was closed and demolished in 1913, and a new Star Theatre was built on the site, designed by architect Sanford O. Lacey and opening October 20, 1913.
Taken over by Comerford Theaters, they closed the Star Theatre July 1, 1951. It became a parking garage. It was demolished by 1966.
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