Regal Battery Park Stadium 11

102 North End Avenue,
New York, NY 10282

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Butch on April 3, 2005 at 12:11 am

I agree with the statements posted above. For some reason Regal has the smallest screens in proportion to auditorium size, especially when compared to Loew’s and AMC multiplexes in NYC. I’ve been here twice but will never return.

br91975 on April 2, 2005 at 8:51 pm

One of the more stunning NYC movie theatre developments (or non-developments) in recent years is that this theatre hasn’t closed yet. (‘If a cinema opens and no one goes to it, does it make a sound?’, he asks quasi-rhetorically… )

hardbop on April 1, 2005 at 1:51 pm

This type of building personifies why all the exhibitors went bankrupt. I can’t imagine anyone going here, other than people who live in Battery Park City, Tribeca and maybe some people who work downtown. And that population can’t support 16 screens and I doubt they can support 11. It is so far off the beaten track, a long walk from the nearest subway and the fact that you have to cross the West Street.

The only time I’ve been there is for the Tribeca Film Festival and last year they had closed the five theatres and it seemed you would take escalator after escalator before you got to the theatres.

What a weird location for a cinema.

chconnol on March 2, 2005 at 10:49 am

I can’t imagine that this place does much business on the weekends. I could be wrong. I hope so because the place is actually very nice. Anyone know how it does?