United Palace 
Formerly Loew's 175th Street Theatre
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Full Address: 4140 Broadway
Alternative Address: 4140-4156 Broadway, 40-50 Wadsworth Avenue, 651-661 West 175th Street, 650-662 West 176th Street, Manhattan
Year Built: 1929-1930
Year Designated: 2016
Year Published: 2016
Architect: Thomas W. Lamb
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Architectural Styles:
   Mixed (three or more styles)

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