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Sudekum Building & Tennessee Theater

Identification

Sudekum Building & Tennessee Theater
Warner Brothers Theater & Office Building
122962

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Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
steel
concrete
curtain wall
art deco

Usages

commercial office
theater/opera

Facts

  • The Sudekum Building was one of the few examples of Art Deco architecture in Nashville.
  • Chrome strips ran the height of the building and over the cornice.
  • The interior was also ornamented in Art Deco style with chrome strips, brass lamps, polished marble walls, and a colorfully painted ceiling.
  • Originally planned as a 12-story office building and theater, the theater was put on hold and wasn't finished until 1952.
  • The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, but subsequently removed.
  • The Cumberland Apartments now stands on the building's site.
  • It was imploded on November 29, 1992.

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Location

527-535 Church Street
166 6th Avenue North
535 Church Street
37219
Nashville
Tennessee
U.S.A.

Technical Data

155.00 ft
155.00 ft
136.00 ft
13
3
1931
1932
1952
11/29/1992
3

Involved Companies

Marr & Holman

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1952

Marr & Holman
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