Village Theater in Dallas reopens

posted by CSWalczak on December 23, 2010 at 5:45 am

DALLAS, TX — The Highland Park Village Theater reopened on December 18 after being closed for renovations for over a year. The renovated theater will function essentially as a twin with digital and 3D capability. There are now also two screening rooms for private parties. A restaurant and in-theater dining will be added in 2011.

It will also have luxury seating and an all-digital projection system. When the food service is fully operational, probably in a few months, theatergoers will be able to order food delivered to their seats.

Last year, Washburne’s group bought Highland Park Village for $170 million from the extended family of Henry S. Miller and a New Orleans investment group. The Miller group had owned the plaza since 1976, when they paid $5 million for it.

There is more in the online Dallas News.

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Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on December 23, 2010 at 7:10 am

It should make a GO in Dallas.Good Luck.

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