This 1941 building repeats the structure of lines that emphasize verticality and includes a small two story-tower. Initially known as the Rodríguez Vázquez Building, it included two cinemas, a café-restaurant and a tower with 67 apartments. In general, it has a strong American influence, in keeping with the time of construction. The ground floor housed two large theaters: the 1,800-seater America Theatre and the Radio Cine Theatre. The building’s architects also made the projects for the El País newspaper (calle Reina, No. 158, Centro Habana), a sample of Art Deco adapted to edifices of many different sorts.