Loews 46th Street Theater
Nestled in Borough Park, the once-glamorous 46th Street Theater is a wonderland of molded plaster, ornate facades, vaulted ceilings, gaudy and gilded decor, a spanning marquee and even a massive, classical fountain complete with a marble statue at its center. Its interior is now covered in a thin film of dust, and the city has battled for years over what to do with the husk that was once the crown jewel of movie cinemas in the area.
|Summary||A long abandoned theater now covered in dust, where the Gauntlet is unnaturally thick.|
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