257 Grand Street,
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Architects: Victor Hugo Koehler
Located on the southeast corner of Grand Street and Chrystie Street in Lower Manhattan. The Grand Theatre was opened on February 4, 1903 as a Yiddish theatre. It was a four story theatre and loft building, designed by architect Victor Hugo Koehler.
In December 1909 it was leased to Bedford Theatrical Company, and by 1913 was playing Marcus Loew attractions, possibly a mix of vaudeville and pictures.
The Grand Theatre was still operating in 1923. It was demolished in 1930.
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