Loew's Pittsford Triplex
3400 Monroe Avenue,
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Architects: George Edward Yurchison
Previous Names: Loew's, Loew's 1 & 2
Loew’s opened the Pittsford theatre July 15, 1965 replacing the Loew’s in downtown Rochester.
One of the first suburban theatres, it had 1,200 push-back seats and was 70MM capable. When it first opened it was “the all new air-conditioned Loew’s with acres of free parking” and was the showcase for many blockbusters through the years.
In June 1972 Loew’s built a free standing theatre behind the original which had 600+ seats and also showed 70MM movies. All the “Star Wars” movies showed in this theatre.
Loew’s later twinned the 1,200 seater. The theatres closed in 1999 after being under the SONY name and then being called Loews again.
Larger theatre is an athletic club and smaller theatre is a children’s furniture store and “Urgent Care” medical office.
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