Paramount Theatre

1501 Broadway at 43rd Street

Opened: 1926

Seats: 3,664

Architects: Cornelius W. Rapp and George Leslie Rapp

The Paramount was a lavish French Renaissance style building that is notable as the site of Frank Sinatra's raucous debut as a solo artist in 1943. The theatre was completely gutted and converted to office space in 1965, although the facade was recreated in 2001. A very large and ugly theatre in the basement of Madison Square Garden was also known as the Paramount Theatre.

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