Edmondson Village Theatre
4428 Edmondson Avenue,
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Architects: Kenneth Cameron Miller
Functions: Medical Center
Styles: Colonial Revival
Part of the Edmondson Village shopping center, which was Baltimore’s first modern shopping center. It was a grand concept back in the 1940’s, a movie theatre in a shopping center.
Opened on June 3, 1949 with 1,205 seats. Built in a Colonial style with a large marquee over the entire front of the theatre. It was closed in 1974, and in 1981 it was boarded up and looked like the end of the old theatre. it sat vacant for years, but since has been rebuilt into a doctor’s office.
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