7th Street and 23rd Avenue,
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Architects: Erle G. Stillwell
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: New Diamond Theater
The New Diamond Theater was opened July 4, 1946 with Humphrey Bogart in “"Crime School”. It operated as an African-American theater. It was closed around 1967. In September 1967 it became a furniture store. A nice looking theater from the outside, could definitely have used some restoration when it was in use as a bar.
Unfortunately, by 2007 it had been demolished.
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