This image, and the one that follows, show GREENBELT CENTER as it appeared in 2005. Today, the circa-1930s sections of the garden city are known as Old Greenbelt, with the center city shopping complex having been renamed ROOSEVELT CENTER in 1982.
Photo from Library of Congress / James W. Rosenthal

The GREENBELT CENTER cinema was shuttered in 1976. It operated as Utopia, a live performance theater, between 1980 and '87. P & G Theatres re-opened the venue, as the Greenbelt Theatre, in December 1990. It was shuttered in July 2014 and refurbished. The Old Greenbelt Theatre, a digital-projection operation, was dedicated in May 2015.    
Photo from Library of Congress / James W. Rosenthal

In a circa-2016 site plan of ROOSEVELT CENTER, we see the locations of its Old Greenbelt Theatre, New Deal Cafe, Generous Joe's Delicatessen and Co-op Supermarket & Pharmacy.   

Greenbelt's ROOSEVELT CENTER is the best preserved -and most structurally original- of 3 New Deal-era green town centers. After 80 years, it STILL retains its classic Art Deco design. Unfortunately, the greenbelt forest that originally surrounded the city has been decimated by development and the construction of new highways. 
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