7 Ludlow Street,
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Architects: Margulies Hoelzli
Located on Manhattan’s Lower East Side just around the corner from the former Loew’s Canal Theatre and facing the side of its auditorium. The Metrograph opened March 2, 2016 in a converted former food-packing warehouse building. Opening night guests included Dustin Hoffman, Willem Defoe, John Waters, Jim Jarmusch and Sophia Coppola. Seating in Screen 1 is provided for 143 seats in the orchestra level and 23 seats in the balcony level. Screen 2 has 46 seats on a single floor. The Metrograph is equipped to screen 16mm, & 35mm films as well as digital projection and 3D. Upstairs is a 72-seat restaurant which has a licenced bar. There is also a film-focused bookstore and a café-lounge.
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