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Located at Broadway and 170th Street, Manhattan, NY. The Uptown Theatre was opened in late-1921 or early-1922. Plans were drawn by architect George Mort Pollard, but were superseded by plans by noted theatre architect Eugene DeRosa. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer 2 manual 10 ranks organ. The Uptown Theatre was closed in the mid-1960’s following a fire which damaged the building.
It became a supermarket and in 2020 plans were submitted to demolished the building and build high-rise residential on the site. The supermarket had closed by early-2023.
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