5609 W. North Avenue,
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Firms: Hooper & Janusch
Styles: Italian Renaissance
Originally built in 1924 for the Lynch circuit not far from the Chicago border with the suburb of Elmwood Park, the Manor Theatre was located at the intersection of W. North Avenue and N. Central Avenue.
Seating was provided for 1,835, and in the late-1920’s, was acquired by Balaban & Katz. The Manor Theatre originally also housed a three manual Kimball organ.
Closed around the mid-1950’s, the Manor Theatre was converted into a banquet hall in the 1960’s and survived at least into the early-1990’s before being torn down. A Walgreens is now on the site of the Manor Theatre.
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