Palm Theatre

2359 West Main Street,
Littleton, CO 80120

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Functions: Retail

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Palm Theatre

The popularity of motion pictures lead J.H. Peterson to erect the Palm Theatre in 1925. The finest historic theatre in Littleton, the double-height one-story building has a flat roof with projecting piers and brick coping and a molded metal secondary cornice. The walls are constructed of painted, wire-drawn brick on the front and pressed brick in the sides. The central inset entrance has a door with large rectangular light and transom flanked by large plate glass windows. Above the secondary cornice is a central ribon of five multi-light windows with shared sill flanked on each end by paired windows. An alley is adjacent to the east wall of the building. The building has a one-story rear addition with garage door.

The theatre operated only a few years and the building was remodeled by the 1930’s as a department store, with entrance and windows in the current configuration.

The building is now (December of 2015) occupied by Details Boutique.

Contributed by Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez
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