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John,I think I think both theaters open roughly the same time
The last owners was an outfit called Queen City theaters . The also manage the Ridgewood theater and Jackson Hgts. theaters
You are right Optimist but it is only in the planning stage Here is the article: http://www.ctpost.com/business/article/Showcase-Cinemas-gets-permission-to-sell-alcohol-8341898.php
But Robboehm, Bowtie is a stronger company
Here is the theater website http://www.tvcinemas8.com/
Here is the website for the theater http://www.crowleycinemaiv.com/
Over saturation.Let just hope that Regal and AMC will show art and foreign shows in a couple of its theaters
Take pictures of the venue yourself
Here is an article on Howell 14 has effect the town of Howell.NJ http://micromediapubs.com/officials-market-theater-shows-howells-growth/
Has reclining seats
On the Regal theaters website , under grand openings there a total of 5 venues in the NYC metro area . I wonder if all of them will open in the next 2 years
Here is the theater’s website
Is that the project that involved Sundance cinemas before they backed out
Was this theater previous a Hoyt’s once?
Mark P: Bowtie Sold the Bala and Anthony Wayne to the the the owner of the Roxy in Narbeth Pa.
The close by Regal Farmingdale stadium 10 was the first to installed recliners, so the also have them to keep up with them
If you look at the regal cinemas website,under grand openings there a listing for Regal Sayreville 14 & RPX
Was this formally an Destina cinema?
this theater does have a website http://www.evanstheatres.com/
R.I.P. Ziegfeld theater
A new operator who also own the Westown Movies in Middletown DE will take over the theater and renamed it as the Main Street 5
The theater new name is the Roxy cinema. Here is their website.
What is the Status of this theater?
That great news. I live close by to the Bay Terrace . Now this will give me more of excuse to see a movie there
The Atrium is a good alternative to Regal.Hope this will do the same