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Forgotten Paramount Theater, Newark, New Jersey    Opened on Market Street in 1895 and later remodelled in the Art Deco style, the Newark Theater – as it was originally known – was one of the most popular attractions of downtown Newark.  Renamed the Paramount, it featured vaudeville (variety shows) and later film before the curtain fell for the final time on April 1, 1986.  Mae West set a box office record at the Paramount Theater in 1939 and a young Jerry Lewis worked there as an u

Abandoned Theatres and Cinemas of the Northeastern US

Box seats in derelict Paramount Theatre - Newark, New Jersey RP by DCH Paramus Honda Sales Associate Steve Chan http://steve-chan.dchparamushonda.com

After the Final Curtain: Abandoned Theaters / Matt Lambros

Broad Street and Halsey Street in downtown Newark, New Jersey Hahnes abandoned

Broad Street and Halsey Street in downtown Newark, New Jersey Hahnes abandoned. The most elegant department store in Newark in it's day.

Abandoned Theaters - Penthouse Cinema (Proctor’s Palace Theatre), Newark, New Jersey

Abandoned Theatres and Cinemas of the Northeastern US

Abandoned Theaters - Penthouse Cinema (Proctor’s Palace Theatre) Newark New Jersey

Adams Theatre With William E. Lehman as architect, the theatre first opened in January, 1912 as the Shubert Theatre, presenting Broadway plays and try-outs.

Adams Theatre With William E. Lehman as architect, the theatre first opened in January, 1912 as the Shubert Theatre, presenting Broadway plays and try-outs. Presenting Broadway in NYC or elsewhere (Philly has a Shubert Theatre.

Proctor's Palace Theatre (Newark, US), opened 1915, closed 1968. Still standing

5 (More) Amazing Pillars of the Abandoned World: Grand Theatres & More

Matt Lambros Photography - Proctor’s Palace Theatre, NJ. If you need to see awesome photography, check out this guy's portfolio This guys photography is my new porn…

Essex County Jail in Newark, New Jersey~was built between 1837 and 1890.  Housing 300 prison cells, it was the main jail for Essex County before closing in 1970.  Abandoned and later gutted by fire in 2001, a proposal to demolish the decaying structure to make way for a science park was rejected in 2010 due to its listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

Global Urbex: 12 Haunting Abandoned Buildings and Places

Community Asset Preservation Corporation to Redevelop over 150 Abandoned Homes in Newark | New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC)

Community Asset Preservation Corporation to Redevelop over 150 Abandoned Homes in Newark