807 Welch Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Butterfield Theatres
Architects: George J. Bachmann
Styles: Art Deco
The Della Theater at 807 Welch Boulevard was the third of three Della Theater’s operated by Matt Theatres and was named after a beloved family member. The Della Theater was opened on April 28, 1937 with Jean Arthur in “Adventure in Manhattan”. Matt Theatres sold out to Butterfield Theatres in 1940.
This theater stayed in operation until 1964 when it was sold to Genesee Bank and torn down to make room for the drive-thru offices for the adjacent bank which has since closed.
Today, the site of the theater is the parking lot for the Community Capital Development Corp. which is located in the former bank.
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