170 Nassau Street,
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Architects: William I. Hohauser
Previous Names: City Hall Cinema
Opened May 1, 1935, the Tribune Theatre occupied space that had been headquarters for The New York Tribune before the newspaper merged with The Herald. Showing late-run double features, the Tribune Theatre did most of its business during daytime, since the downtown financial and government district was nearly deserted at night.
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