512 York Road,
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Architects: John Ahlers
Firms: George Norbury MacKenzie III
Previous Names: Towson Theatre, Loews Towson Twin
The Towson Theatre opened on March 1, 1928. The architect was John Ahlers of the George Norbury MacKenzie III architectural firm. Cost of building the theatre was $100,000. It was equipped with a Kilgen 2 manual 4 rank theatre organ.
The Towson Theatre was twinned in April 1984. On October 13, 1988 it was taken over by Loews and was closed on July 3, 1992. It was sold to the Recher family who turned it into an upscale billiard parlor. It was de-twinned and reopened on March 11, 1999 as the Recher Theatre and functioned as a concert venue. By 2019 it had become a nightclub named Torrent Nightclub.
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