Could the '20s-era Olympic Theatre on Eighth Street be the next historic theater to roar back to life? Broker/blogger Brigham Yen is marketing the 600-seat venue to retailers "with a unique identity and brand"—perhaps someone like Urban Outfitters, which moved into the old Rialto Theater nearby. Most recently a light fixture store, the theater went up in 1927, with the Olympic moniker added for the 1932 games; it sits around the corner from Broadway's more storied theaters, like the Million Dollar and Los Angeles. The entire 9,835-square-foot space has three floors, perfect for a flagship store. Racked asked readers what they wanted in the Olympic and Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo was the runaway winner.