690 Washington Street,
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Architects: Arthur Vinal
Styles: French Renaissance
Previous Names: Globe Theatre, Loew's Globe Theatre, Pagoda Theatre
The Globe Theatre was opened by 1918 with 1,700 seats. It was operated by Marcus Loew. A former grand theatre, it was taken over by the E.M. Loew’s chain around 1944 and renamed the Center Theatre. It is now a shopping mall on the totally altered ground floor.
Upstairs, however, in the former balcony area, with a new floor extended through the proscenium arch, most of the decor survives and provides a rather more lavish Chinese restaurant than most other diners!
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