Levy & Klein
Levy & Klein was a prominent architectural firm known for their theater designs. Their work includes the Landmark's Century Centre Cinema in Chicago and Marbro Theater in Chicago. Their work also includes the Granada Theatre (Chicago) and North Avenue Baths Building (1921). Edward Eichenbaum is credited with several of the firm's theater designs.
North Avenue Baths
The North Avenue Baths closed in the late 1980s They were almost torn down, but went-up for auction and were purchased by Steve Soble and Howard Natinsky in 1994. The building was converted into a ground floor restaurant space and upstairs apartments.
Eichenbaum is credited with designing the Granada Theater at 6427 N. Sheridan Road; Landmark's Century Centre Cinema at 2828 N. Clark Street; Marbro Theatre at 4110 W. Madison Street; and The Landmark's Century Center Cinema (originally the Diversey Theater) at 4710 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. The Landmark's Century Center Cinema remains open as a theater.
- Regal Theater, South Side (Chicago)
- Hotel Felix (1926), a 12-story building at 111 West Huron Street in Chicago. Originally the Hotel Wacker, it was redeveloped into a new hotel.
- Edward Eichenbaum Cinema Treasures
- The four major works of Levy & Klein, Architects : as designed by Edward Eichenbaum / by Joseph DuciBella Joseph R Duci Bella NA6835 .C5 1999 Published in Elmhurst, Illinois by the Theatre Historical Society of America 1999; Theatre Historical Society annual no. 26Annual (Theatre Historical Society (U.S.)) no. 26 cover title: "Diversey Theatre, Granada Theatre, Marbro Theatre, Regal Theatre, Chicago, Illinois." 50 pages, illustrated; 22 x 28 cm OCLC Number: 43747364
- Landmark's Century Center Cinema Cinema Treasures
- Hotel Felix Chicago Architecture