Architecturally the Grand Theatre is made in the Beaux Arts style. It is created from load-bearing brick that is facaded by off-white terra-cotta blocks. It is topped with corinthian styled pilasters. It is a local interpretation of the grandiose style of theaters during the Golden Age, that looked like where Hollywood films would actually be showing. It stands out drastically compared to the generic brick buildings that surround it, which are typical of Main Streets in the U.S.