Loew's Grand Theatre
2463 Jerome Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Loew's Inc.
Architects: Eugene DeRosa
The Loew’s Grand Theatre was opened on February 19, 1927. It is located on the corner of Fordham Road and Jerome Avenue in the Bronx. It was equipped with a Robert Morton 3 manual 14 ranks organ. You can still see the painting on the brick wall that faces Fordham Road - “Loew’s Grand - Vaudeville and Photo Plays”. The paint is covered by a thin veil at the moment.
It was closed in 1957 and was completely gutted and turned into retail stores that took up the entire two floors. In the 1980’s it was a Loehmann’s clothing store, then a Lionel Kiddy City, a Wiz, and now a cheap department store called El Mundo.
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