241 S. Main Street,
Salt Lake City,
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Architects: S. Arthur Shreeve
Styles: Spanish Renaissance
Previous Names: American Theatre
The American Theatre opened January or February 1913 with 3,000 seats. In 1928 it was remodelled in a Spanish Renaissance style to the plans of architect S. Arthur Shreeve, and reopened as the Granada Theatre on March 8, 1929. In addition to its balcony, the theater was known to have an upstairs ballroom.
The Granada Theatre was short lived and closed later in 1929. It was told to W.T. Grants’s and was converted into their department store which opened January 1930. That closed in the 1970’s and the building eventually demolished.
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