After renovations, the Cope Gillette Theatre was renamed in honor of former Boeing executives and local philanthropists Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette, seen in front of the building on Tuesday in Everett. The former bank is the youngest building on the Everett Register of Historic Places. It is owned by the city and leased long-term to the Village Theatre. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

After renovations, the Cope Gillette Theatre was renamed in honor of former Boeing executives and local philanthropists Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette, seen in front of the building on Tuesday in Everett. The former bank is the youngest building on the Everett Register of Historic Places. It is owned by the city and leased long-term to the Village Theatre. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Cope Gillette Theatre added to Register of Historic Places

The former bank building from 1963 is owned by the city and leased long-term to the Village Theatre.

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