The clock is ticking on the iconic landmark in northeast Dallas that so many residents have long associated with Lakewood. The property owner of the Lakewood Theater said on Tuesday the building is tenantless.
Built in 1938, the historic venue may operate as an Alamo Drafthouse in the future.
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The historic Lakewood Theater is on the mend after the devastating est Dallas hailstorm on June 13. Damage left the theater with 90-percent of the glass in its 100-foot art deco tower destroyed and half of the theater marquee smashed.
One of the casualties of the costly June 13 hailstorm was the façade and tower of the Lakewood Theater, the iconic neighborhood fixture that’s lived just off Abrams Road since 1938.
wo isolated storm cells dumped baseball sized hail over portions of the Dallas/Fort Worth Area Wednesday, damaging skylights at NorthPark Center and delaying flights at DFW Airport.