Granada Theater

2925 W. 25th Avenue,
Denver, CO 80211

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Functions: Housing

Styles: Spanish Colonial

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Granada Theater

The theater is on the north side of 25th Avenue between Eliott Street and Federal Boulevard. It is a Spanish Revival style brick structure probably built in the mid 1920-s. The layout of the building consists of a small lobby with bathrooms on either side, a ticket booth in the center and a single span 3,500 sf main theater with a sloped floor, elevated stage and concrete mezzanine. There is a brick projection booth elevated from the mezzanine by a few feet.

The structure was most recently used as a church (2006) and this was followed by several years vacant and in need of a renovation. It had now converted into residential use.

Contributed by David L. Berton AIA

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megze
megze on August 3, 2010 at 7:38 am

For sale as of August 2010.

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JackCoursey
JackCoursey on April 24, 2022 at 8:55 am

It appears that the Granada is now a residential rather than commercial property. Most of the original exterior looks to have been preserved.

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