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Downtown: theatre list by address


This directory is for theatres between:
- The Los Angeles River on the east
- Figueroa St. on the west (plus a few outliers farther west)
- 18th St. on the south
- 1st St. on the north ( + a few blocks farther north on Main and Spring)

For a wider geographic area head to the main Los Angeles Theatres by Street Address or the Los Angeles Theatres Alphabetical List.


1ST ST.

Fischer's/Spanish/Princess Theatre
121 W. 1st St.
[demolished]

Hollander Theatre
115 E. 1st St.
[demolished]

International Theatre
230 E. 1st St.
[retail]

Progressive/Tivoli Theatre
320 E. 1st St.
[demolished]

Fuji Kan/Linda Lea Theatre
324 E. 1st St.
[demolished]
414 E. 1st St.
[demolished]
 

2ND ST. 

Redcat
631 W. 2nd St.
[music and dance events]


 3RD ST. 

Lux/Bear/Rose/Anita Theatre
827 W. 3rd St.
[demolished]

Tunnel Theatre
712 W. 3rd St.
[demolished]

Empire/Unique Theatre
128 E. 3rd St.
[demolished]


4TH ST.

no listings


5TH ST.

Biltmore Theatre
520 W. 5th St.
[demolished]

Hazard's Pavilion
W. 5th St. @ Olive
[demolished]
.
Philharmonic Auditorium
427 W. 5th St.
[demolished]

Clune's Theatre
107 W. 5th St.
[demolished]

Star Theatre
100 block E. 5th

Globe/Jewel Theatre
202 - 204 E. 5th St.
[demolished]
224 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

Metropolitan Theatre
257 E. 5th St.
[retail]

Bell Theatre
314 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

El Rodeo Theatre
807 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

6TH  ST.
827 W. 6th St.
[demolished]

Metropolitan/Paramount Theatre
323 W. 6th St.
[demolished]


7TH ST.

 Playhouse Theatre/Teragram Ballroom
1234 W. 7th St. 
[music venue]  

Alamo Drafthouse
750 W. 7th St.
[opening 2019]

Warner Downtown
401 W. 7th St.
[jewelry mart]

Palace Theatre
318 W. 7th St.
[retail]

State Theatre
306 W. 7th Street
[concerts, special events]

Dorkel/Merryland/Columbia Theatre
1015 E. 7th St.
[demolished]


8TH ST.
1709 W. 8th St.
[senior lunchroom]

Olympic Theatre
313 W. 8th St.
[retail]

RKO Hillstreet Theatre
8th & Hill
[demolished]


9TH ST.
1002 W. 9th St. 
[demolished]
 

Idylwild Theatre
2361 E. 9th St. (now Olympic Blvd.)
[demolished]


11TH ST.

no listings



ALAMEDA ST.

Little Tokyo Cinemas
333 S. Alameda St.
[retail]



ARCADIA ST.
Teatro Alarcon
Arcadia @ Calle de los Negros
[demolished]



BROADWAY
<<< west side    east side >>>

Bradley Blvd. / 1st St. @ Broadway

Mason Theatre
127 S. Broadway
[demolished]
L.A. Times
220 1st St.

2nd St. @ Broadway

Blanchard Hall
233 S. Broadway
[mostly demolished]

Royal Theatre
246 S. Broadway
[demolished]
Irvine Block / Byrne Building / 
Pan-American Lofts
(Summer Hunt, 1895)
3rd & Broadway

3rd St. @Broadway

Bradbury Bldg.
304 S. Broadway
(George Wyman, 1893)
| LA Places | Big Orange |
| You Are Here | 

307 S. Broadway
[vacant]

Central Theatre
314 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Grand Central Market/
Homer Laughlin Bldg.
317 S. Broadway
(John Parkinson, 1897
Hill St. addition, 1905)

Cozy/Astro Theatre
320 S. Broadway, Blackstone Bldg.
(Robert Brown Young, 1906)
[retail]

4th St. @Broadway
Broadway Department Store
SW corner Broadway and 4th
Broadway Theatre
428 S. Broadway, Judson Bldg.
(Charles Aldrich, 1907)
[retail]

Wonderland/Eden Musee
430 S. Broadway, Bumiller Bldg.
(Morgan & Walls, 1906) [retail ]

Optic Theatre
446 1/2 S. Broadway
[demolished]

American Theatre
452 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Chester Williams Building
452-460 S. Broadway
(Alec Curlett & Claud Beelman, 1926)
| You Are Here |

5th St. @Broadway
Title Guarantee/
Jewelry Trades Bldg.
220 W. 5th St. @ Broadway 
(Morgan, Walls & Morgan, 1912)
Walker's Department Store
SW corner Broadway & 5th
- later Milliron's and Ohrbach's

La Petite Theatre
508 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Johnson/Pettebone Bldg.
510-12-14 S. Broadway
(Robert Brown Young, 1905)

Roxie Theatre
518 S. Broadway
[retail, storage]

Quinn's Superba
518 S. Broadway
[demolished] 

Cameo Theatre
528 S. Broadway
[retail, storage]

Arcade Theatre
534 S. Broadway
[retail, storage]

Arcade Building
540 S. Broadway 
(McDonald & Couchot, 1923)

547 S. Broadway
[remodeled - retail]

Metropolitan Theatre
553 S. Broadway, 323 W. 6th St.
[theatre demolished, Broadway
entrance now retail]

Tally's New Broadway
554 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Swelldom/Sun Drug Bldg.
557-561 S. Broadway
(1920)
| You Are Here |

6th St. @Broadway

Walter P. Story Bldg.
610 S. Broadway
(Morgan & Walls, 1910)
| You Are Here | Blogdowntown |

Desmond's Department Store
612-616 S. Broadway
(Albert C. Martin, 1923. Street
level re-do Claud Beelman, 1933)

Symphony Theatre
614 S. Broadway
[demolished] 

615 S. Broadway
[special events]

Schaber's Cafeteria
620 S. Broadway
(1928)

629 S. Broadway
[demolished] 

630 S. Broadway
[rentals, special events]

Palace of Pictures
642 S. Broadway
Forrester Bldg. (1907)
[retail]

J.E. Carr Building
646 S. Broadway
(Robert Brown Young, 1909)

Clifton's
648 S. Broadway

Haas Building
650 S. Broadway
(Morgan, Walls & Morgan, 1914; 
new facade,1974)

7th St. @Broadway

State Theatre
703 S. Broadway + an early
entrance on 7th St.
[church]

Lankershim Hotel
700 S. Broadway
(1905, demolished -- now
a parking garage, 1992)
| Daily Mirror | You Are Here |

<<< 1/ 2 block west
Palace Theatre
318 W. 7th St.
[retail]

Globe Theatre
744 S. Broadway
[club, music events]

Chapman / L.A.
Investment Co. Building
756 S. Broadway
 (Ernest McConnell, 1912)
[lofts]
| LAPL - 1914 | website |

Merritt Building
757 S. Broadway
(Reid & Reid, 1915)
| 1916 - Huntington Library |
| c. 1931 - LAPL |
| 1939 - USC | You-Are-Here |
| Blogdowntown |


<<< 1/ 2 block west
Olympic Theatre
313 W. 8th St. + an entrance on
700 block of Broadway (in the 30s)
[retail, COS]

8th St. @Broadway

Arrow Theatre
801 S. Broadway, 5th floor
Hamburger's Dept. Store
aka May Co., Broadway Trade Center
(Alfred Rosenheim, 1908; expanded in the 20s)
[theatre gutted, building under renovation]

Tower Theatre
802 S. Broadway
[closed]

Garrick Theatre
802 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Southern California Music Co.
aka Singer Building
808 S. Broadway |
(Meyer & Holler, 1923)
| You Are Here |

Rialto Theatre
812 S. Broadway
[Urban Outfitters]

 Wurlitzer Building
818 S. Broadway
(Walker & Eisen, 1924)
| You Are Here |

Brown-Israel Outfitting
820 S. Broadway
(Benjamin J. Bloser, 1922)
| You Are Here 
| Photos of Los Angeles |

Tally's Broadway
833 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Platt Music Co.
834 S. Broadway
(Walker & Eisen, 1927)
| LAPL - c.27 | LAPL - c.27 |
| You Are Here |

Mission Theatre
838 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Orpheum Theatre
842 S. Broadway
[concerts, rentals]

Majestic Theatre
845 S. Broadway
[demolished]

Eastern Columbia Bldg.
849 S. Broadway
(Claud Beelman, 1930)
| LAPL -1930 | LAPL - 1930 |
| LA Places | You Are Here |

9th & Broadway Bldg.
850 S. Broadway
(Claud Beelman, 1930)
| You Are Here |

9th St. @Broadway

Blackstone Dept. Store
901 S. Broadway
(John Parkinson, 1917)

United Artists / Theatre at Ace Hotel
933 S. Broadway
[theatre and Ace Hotel]

Western Costume Lofts
939 S. Broadway
(Kenneth MacDonald Jr., 1923)
| You Are Here |

Olympic Blvd. @Broadway

<< looking toward Hill St.
[Mayan and Belasco stagehouses]

L.A. Transit Bldg., aka
Railway Bldg., Huntington Bldg.
1050-1070 S. Broadway
(Noerenberg & Johnson, 1920
-- built by Howard Huntington,
son of Henry) 

11th St. @Broadway

Case Hotel aka YWCA,
Commercial Club, Job Corps Bldg.
1100-1106 Broadway
(Curlett & Beelman, 1925-26)

Herald Examiner Bldg.
1111 S. Broadway
 (Julia Morgan, 1914)
| Big Orange | You Are Here |

12th St. @Broadway


Pico Blvd. @Broadway
[ end of the Broadway listings ]



CALLE DE LOS NEGROS

Sanchez Hall
Calle de los Negros
[demolished]

Teatro Alarcon
Calle de los Negros @ Arcadia St.
[demolished



CENTRAL AVE.

Angelus Theatre
932 S. Central Ave. 
1007 S. Central Ave.
[demolished]

Angelus Theatre
1018 S. Central Ave.

Airdome Moving Picture Theatre
1156 S. Central Ave.
1629 S. Central Ave.


COURT ST.
14-16-18 Court St. (later 114 Court)


FIGUEROA ST. 

Laemmle's Grande
345 S. Figueroa St.
[classroom use]

Variety Arts Theatre
940 S. Figueroa St.
[undergoing renovation]

Musart Theatre
1320 S. Figueroa St.
[demolished]

Turnverein Hall
1345 S. Figueroa St.
[moved, demolished]

Ebell Club
1719 S. Figueroa St.
[demolished]

 
FLOWER ST.

Alamo Drafthouse
7th & Flower
[opening 2019]


GRAND AVE.

Ahmanson Theatre
135 N. Grand Ave.
[Broadway musicals, plays]

 Mark Taper Forum
135 N. Grand Ave.
[plays] 

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Ave.
[L.A. Opera, other events]

Disney Hall
111 S. Grand Ave.
[L.A. Philharmonic]

Biltmore Theatre
S. Grand at 5th St.
[demolished]

Kinema/Criterion Theatre
642 S. Grand Ave.
[demolished] 

Grand Theatre 
730 S. Grand Ave.
[demolished]

Trinity/Embassy Auditorium
855 S. Grand Ave.
[vacant]


HILL ST.
<<< west side    east side >>>

4th St. @ Hill

Subway Terminal Building
417 S. Hill St.
(Schultz & Weaver, 1925) | Wikipedia |
[apartments]

Town Theatre
444 S. Hill St.
[demolished]

449 S. Hill St.
[demolished]

Title Guarantee Building
5th & Hill, 411 W. 5th St.
(Parkinson & Parkinson, 1930)

Pershing Square Building
448 S. Hill St.
(Curlett & Beelman, 1924)

 5th St. @ Hill

Pershing Square

536 S. Hill St.
[demolished]

6th St. @ Hill

608 S. Hill St.
[demolished]

William Fox Building
608 S. Hill St.
(S. Tilden Norton, 1931)

Sun Realty Building / L.A. Jewelry Center
629 S. Hill St.
(Claud Beelman, 1931) 

Harris & Frank /Wholesale Jewelry Mart
635 S. Hill St.
(Curlett & Beelman, 1925)

Warner Downtown
401 W. 7th St. St.@ Hill
[jewelry mart]

7th St. @ Hill

1/2 block east >>>
Palace Theatre
318 W. 7th St.
[retail]

731 S. Hill St.
[demolished]

1/2 block east >>>
Olympic Theatre
313 W. 8th St. 
[COS store] 

8th St. @ Hill
801 S. Hill St.
[demolished]


Hamburger's / May Co. 

[Orpheum facade from Hill St.]

9th St. @ Hill
[back of the UA from Hill St.]

Olympic Blvd. @ Hill

1038 S. Hill St.
[nightclub]

1050 S. Hill St.
[nightclub]

11th St. @ Hill
[ end of the Hill St. listings ]


HOPE ST.

Redcat
Hope & 2nd
[music and dance events]


Simpson's Auditorium

730 S. Hope St.
[mostly demolished]

Gamut Club Auditorium
1044 S. Hope St.
[demolished]


 JACKSON ST.

Mandarin Theatre
323 Jackson St.
[demolished]


LOS ANGELES ST.

Sanchez Hall
 Calle de los Negros (N. Los Angeles St.)
[demolished]

Teatro Alarcon
Calle de Los Negros (N.Los Angeles St.) @ Arcadia St.
[demolished]

Pacific Electric Club Theatre
627 S. Los Angeles St.
[retail]


MAIN ST.
<<< west side    east side >>>

Cezar Chavez Ave. (formerly Macy) @ Main

Teatro Torito
W-12 Olvera St / 622 N. Main St.
[retail]

Olvera St. Theatre
W-10 Olvera St. / 620 N. Main St.
[retail]
Marchessault St. @ Main

2 blocks east >>> 
Chinese Theatre
Marchessault St. near Alameda
[demolished]

Aztec Theatre 
545 N. Main St.
[demolished]

Plaza Church


Estella Theatre
515 N. Main St.
[demolished] 
1 block east >>>
Sanchez Hall
Calle de los Negroes /
N. Los Angeles St.
[demolished]

Republic St. @ Main

Principal Theatre
423 N. Main St.
[demolished]

Merced Theatre
420 N. Main St.
[vacant]

Wood's Opera House
410 N. Main St.
[demolished]

1 block east >>
Teatro Alarcon
Arcadia St. @ Calle de los Negroes

Arcadia St. @ Main 

Teatro Hidalgo
373 N. Main St.
[demolished]


101 Freeway

349 N. Main St.
[demolished]
 
Stearns's Hall
300 block N. Main St.
[demolished]

Aliso St. @ Main

300 N. Main St.
[demolished] 

Plaza Theatre
224 N. Main St.
[demolished]

Temple St. @ Main

City Hall (1928)
City Hall East

Roosevelt Theatre
212 N. Main St.
[demolished]


Market St. @ Main

Dohs Theatre
166 N. Main St.
[demolished]
Temple Theatre
155 N. Main St.
[demolished]
Court St.  @ Main

<<< 1/ 2 block west
114 Court St.
[demolished]

2 1/2 blocks east >>>
Mandarin Theatre
323 Jackson St.
[demolished]

Jackson St. @ Main >>

<<< 1/2 block west
121 W. 1st St.
[demolished]

N. Main near 1st
[demolished]

1/2 block east >>>
Hollander Theatre
115 E. 1st St.
[demolished]

1st St. @ Main

<<< 1/2 block west
LAPD Headquarters
100 W. 1st St. 
1 1/2 blocks east >>>
International Theatre
230 E. 1st St.
[retail]

2 1/2 blocks east >>>
Progressive Theatre
320 E. 1st St.
[demolished]

2 1/2 blocks east >>>
Fuji Kan Theatre
324 E. 1st St.
[demolished]

4 1/2 blocks east >>>
Pearl Theatre
414 E. 1st St.
[demolished] 

Caltrans
100 S. Main St.

Grand Opera House
110 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Happy Hour Theatre
125 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Mott's Hall
133 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Novelty Theatre
136 S. Main St.
[demolished]

137 S. Main St. - and other locations
[demolished]
 
2nd St. @ Main

Higgins Building
(A.L. Haley & A.C. Martin, 1910)
108 W. 2nd St.
| Edison Lounge | You-Are-Here |
| Wikipedia |


St. Vibiana Cathedral
214 S. Main St. 
(1876)

Denver Theatre
238 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Crystal Theatre
247 S. Main St.
[club and bar]

Linda Lea / Downtown Independent
251 S. Main St.
[indie films]

LAPD Motor Pool Garage

255 S. Main St.
[demolished] 

Electric Theatre
262 S. Main St.
[demolished]

266 S. Main St.
[1/2 demolished,
remodeled]
3rd St. @ Main
1/2 block east >>>
Empire Theatre
128 E. 3rd St.
[demolished]

7 blocks east >>>
Little Tokyo Cinemas
333 S. Alameda St.
[retail]

Jade Theatre
315 S. Main St.
[demolished]

320 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Regal Theatre
323 S. Main St.
[demolished]

324 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Belasco/Follies Theatre
337 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Van Nuys / Barclay Hotel
103 W. 4th St.
(Margan & Walls, 1897)

4th St. @ Main

San Fernando Bldg.
400 S. Main St.
(John F. Blee, 1907; Robert
Brown Young, top 2 floors, 1911)

Farmers & Merchants Bank
401 S. Main St.
(Morgan & Walls, 1905)

I.W. Hellman Building
409 S. Main St.
(Morgan & Walls, 1906-1910)

Muse Theatre
417 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Winston St. @ Main >> 

Rosslyn Theatre
431 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Main Theatre
438 S. Main St.
[retail]

Regent Theatre
448 S. Main St.
[music venue]

Banner Theatre
456 - 458 S. Main St.
[demolished]

1/2 block east >>>
Star Theatre
100 block E. 5th St. 

2 blocks east >>>
Metropolitan Theatre
257 E. 5th St.
[retail]

8 1/2 blocks east >>>
El Rodeo Theatre
807 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

453 S. Main & 107 W. 5th
[demolished]

Rosslyn Hotel
100 W. 5th St.
(John Parkinson & Edwin Bergstrom, 1913)

5th St. @ Main

Rosslyn Hotel Annex
101 W. 5th St.
(John & Donald Parkinson, 1923)
| Google photos |

1 block east >>>
Globe/Jewel Theatre
202 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

1 block east >>>
Spidora Theatre
224 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

3 blocks east >>>
Bell Theatre
314 E. 5th St.
[demolished]

Rounder Theatre
510 S. Main St.
[offices]

Galway Theatre
514 S. Main St.
[offices]

Sherman Theatre
518 S. Main
[offices]
Gayety Theatre
523 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Star Theatre
529 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Optic Theatre
533 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Picture Theatre
545 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Burbank Theatre
548 S. Main St.
[ demolished ]

Art Theatre
551 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Bijou Theatre
553 S. Main St.
[demolished]


William G. Kerckhoff 
Bldg./Santa Fe Lofts
121 E. 6th St.
(Morgan & Walls, 1907)
| Wikimapia | You Are Here |

6th St. @ Main

Pacific Electric Building
610 S. Main St.
 (Thornton Fitzhugh, 1903)
| Big Orange | PE Lofts | Noirish LA |
| more on Noirish - map of tracks! |
| Jonathan Club - on roof |

Lark Theatre
613 S. Main St.
[demolished]

>> 1 block east
627 S. Los Angeles St.
[retail]
Republic Theatre
629 1/2 S. Main St.
[demolished]

Gem Theatre
649 S. Main St.
[demolished]

9 blocks east >>> 
Dorkel Theatre
1015 E. 7th St.
[demolished]

L.A. Board of Trade Building/SB Main
111 W. 7th St.
(Alexander Curlett, Claud Beelman, 1926-29)
| Wikipedia

7th St. @ Main 

W.H. Clune - shop and offices
727-729 S. Main
[demolished]

8th St. @ Main

810 S. Main St.
[demolished]

842 S. Main St.
[demolished]

9th St. @ Spring & Main  

[many vintage photos of the
intersection are on the Miller's page]

26 blocks east >>>
Idylwild Theatre
2361 E. 9th St., now
E. Olympic Blvd.
[demolished]

14 blocks east >>>
Angelus Theatre
932 S. Central Ave.
[demolished]

<< looking toward Broadway, 2007
[the United Artists from Main St.]

Olympic & Main

14 blocks east >>>
Hub Theatre
1007 S. Central Ave.
[demolished]

14 blocks east >>>
Angelus Theatre
1018 S. Central Ave.
[demolished]

11th St. @ Main
14 blocks east >>>
Airdome Moving Picture Theatre
1156 S. Central Ave.
[demolished] 

12th St. @ Main

6 blocks east >>>
Garden Theatre
1221 S. San Pedro
[demolished]
Pico Blvd. @ Main 


14th St. @ Main


15th St. @ Main


16th St. @ Main

14 blocks east >>>
Central Theatre
1629 S. Central Ave.
 [demolished]

17th St. @ Main

1718 S. Main St.
[demolished]

18th St. @ Main
 [ end of Main St. listings ]



MARCHESSAULT ST.

Chinese Theatre
Marchessault St. near Alameda
[demolished]


 OLIVE ST.

Hazard's Pavilion
S. Olive at 5th St.
[demolished]

Philharmonic Auditorium

S. Olive at 5th St.
[demolished]

Biltmore Theatre
S. Olive at 5th St.
[demolished]


OLVERA ST.

Teatro Torito
W-12 Olvera St. 

Olvera St./Leo Carillo Theatre
W-10 Olvera St.


OLYMPIC BLVD.

Regal Cinemas
1000 W. Olympic Blvd. 
[first run movies]  

Idylwild Theatre
2361 E. Olympic Blvd. @
Santa Fe - originally E. 9th St.)
[demolished]


PICO BLVD.
736 W. Pico Blvd.
[demolished]

Cinematour
W. Pico & Georgia
[demolished]


SAN FERNANDO ST.
618 San Fernando St.


SAN PEDRO ST.

Garden Theatre
1221 S. San Pedro St.
[demolished] 


SPRING ST.
<<< west side    east side >>>

W. Cesar Chavez Ave. @ Spring

 San Fernando ? Theatre
618 N. Spring St.
[demolished]
Paseo Luis Olivares @ Spring


Arcadia St. @ Spring

The 101

Aliso St. @ Spring


Temple St. @ Spring

City Hall
200 N. Spring St.
(1928)

Market St. @ Spring 

Temple Theatre
158 N. Spring St.
[demolished] 

Court St. @ Spring

1/ 2 block east >>>
Tivoli/Vienna/Cineograph Theatre
114 Court St.
[demolished]

1/2 block east >>>
Fischer's/Spanish/Princess
121 W. 1st St.
[ demolished]

 1st St.  / Bradley Blvd. @ Spring
Susuki ? Theatre
102 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Lyric Theatre
128 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

LAPD Headquarters
100 W. 1st St. 

Ideal Theatre
134 S. Spring St.
[demolished]


2nd St. @ Spring

Lyceum Theatre
227 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Lyceum Hall
231 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

California Theatre
238 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Vienna Theatre
244 S. Spring St.
[demolished]
 

Douglas Building
257 S. Spring St.
(Weeks and Day, 1898) 

3rd St. @ Spring


Reagan State Office Building
300 S. Spring St.


Washington Bldg.
311 S. Spring St.
(Parkinson & Bergstrom, 1912)
| You-Are-Here |

Tally's Phonograph and Vitascope Parlor
311 S. Spring St. (1896) - also other locations
[demolished]

Tally's Phonograph and Vitascope Parlor
339 S. Spring St.(1899)
[demolished]

Casino/LosAngeles/ Empress/Capitol Theatre
344/338 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Hellman Building / Banco Popular
354 S. Spring St.
(Alfred Rosenheim, 1903)
| Wikipedia |

4th St. @ Spring

Braly / Continental Building
408 S. Spring St.
(John Parkinson, George
 Edward Bergstrom, 1903)
| Wikipedia |

Stowell Hotel/El Dorado Lofts
416 S. Spring St.
(Frederick Noonan &
William Richards, 1913)
Chronophone / Horne's
423 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Title Insurance & Trust Building,
aka The Trust Building
433 S. Spring St.
(John & Donald Parkinson, 1928)
| website |

Edison Theatre
436 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Citizen's Bank/Spring Arts 
Tower/Last Bookstore
453 S. Spring St.
(John Parkinson & Edwin Bergstron, 1914)
Unique Theatre
456 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Herman Theatre
460 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Title Insurance / Rowan Building
460 S. Spring St. (1912) 

5th St. @ Spring

Alexandria Hotel
501 S. Spring St., 210 W. 5th
(John Parkinson, 1906, addition 1911) 

Los Angeles Theatre Center
Security National Bank
(John Parkinson, 1916)
514 S. Spring St.
[legit theatres]

Scenic Theatre
522 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Rose Theatre
527 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

<< looking toward Broadway
[the Arcade/Cameo/Roxie from Spring St.]

Arcade Building 
541 S. Spring St.
(MacDonald and Couchot, 1923)

Isis Theatre
542 S. Spring St.
[demolished]

Merchants National
 Bank Building/SB Lofts
548 S. Spring St. 

6th St. @ Spring

Hayward Hotel
206 W. 6th St.
(John & Donald Parkinson, 1905)
L.A.Stock Exchange Building
618 S. Spring St. 
(John & Donald Parkinson, 1931) 
<<  looking toward Broadway
[ the Palace Theatre from Spring St. 
Hunter Kerhart photo, 2012 ]

Banks-Huntley Building
634 S. Spring St.
(John & Donald Parkinson, 1930)

7th St. @ Spring
<<  looking toward Broadway
[ the Globe from Spring St., 2012 ]

8th St. @ Spring

[ the 8th St. facade of the Tower Theatre, 2012 ]

<< looking toward Broadway
[ the rear of the Rialto from Spring St., 2012 ]

<< looking toward Broadway
[ the Orpheum from Spring and Main, 
David Israel photo, 2016 ]

9th St. @ Spring & Main

Spring runs into Main St. at 9th. See many photos of the
9th/Spring/Main intersection on the page about Miller's Theatre.

[ end of the Spring St. listings ]


TEMPLE ST.
1044 W. Temple St.
[demolished]


UPPER MAIN ST.

See San Fernando St.


UNKNOWN ADDRESSES

| Guerrero's Union Theatre |


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