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More historic sites to see in North Park


Georgia Street Bridge Crosses University Avenue, just east of Park Avenue Built - 1914 Designed by J.R. Comly Style - Mission Revival


Created as a portal entry to the new suburb of North Park, it is a reinforced concrete bridge of arched and ribbed construction.


North Park Water Tower Northwest corner of Idaho Street & Howard Avenue Built - 1924


Completed in 1924, it was the largest tower of its kind, rising to 127 feet and holding 1,200,000 gallons of water.


North Park Theatre 2891 University Avenue Built - 1928 Architect - Quayle Brothers Style - Spanish Renaissance


In 1928 the Klicka brothers provided the land and the Quayle brothers designed this Spanish Renaissance multi-use building, which featured intricate plaster friezes in Arabesque design. The building housed the Bank of America and the Fox Theatres, whcih featured Vaudeville performances and “sound and vision” cinema, the first outside of downtown.


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