Loews Canal St., NYC, Again

Via THS founding member Biff Buttler in New York City from the lodownNY site


Update: Loew’s Canal Street Theatre’s Future

The section of the theater that fronts on Canal Street was landmarked in 2010.

In 2009 and 2010, there was a flurry of activity around the historic Loew’s Canal Street Theatre: the 1926-27 facade at 31 Canal Street was nominated for landmark status; the owners submitted plans to construct apartments above the massive existing structure along Ludlow Street; and a community group proposed reviving the long-vacant building as a cultural and performing arts center. . . . . .

More in the full story. Be sure to click on the link to the NY Landmark Commissions report for full background with pics on this  Thomas Lamb theatre:



One Comment

  1. Warren G. Harris

    Though located on Canal Street, it never used “Street” as part of its name.
    For most of its operation, it was known as Loew’s Canal Theatre, and just Canal Theatre in its last gasp under independent management.

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