2150 E. 71st Street,
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Firms: Pereira and Pereira
Styles: Art Deco
The Hamilton Theatre was opened in 1916, for the Cooney Brothers National Theaters Corp. circuit, in the heart of the South Shore neighborhood’s 71st Street retail district. It sat just under 1,000.
Like the nearby Jeffery Theatre, the Hamilton Theatre was later run by Warner Brothers in the 1930’s and 1940’s. In 1936, the theatre received a remodel by the firm of Pereira & Pereira. Both the Hamilton Theatre and Jeffery Theatre continued to be popular first-run neighborhood houses for decades, though both theatres were shuttered for many years.
In 2002, the Hamilton Theatre was demolished.
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