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This theatre will be closing on January 22, 2017.
This theatre’s last day will be January 22, 2017.
This location has always been, and continues to be, a second run theatre, not first run.
The name should be changed to ‘Cinemark Sugarhouse’.
Screen count should be changed from 10 to 7. The original 10 screen building is no longer in use as of the 2016 remodel. Only the newer 7 screen building was remodeled and is still in use.
This location was fully remodeled summer / fall 2016. All auditoriums now feature Cinemark Luxury Loungers. Other upgrades include an expanded concession menu and a Cinemark XD auditorium conversion.
The ‘Rave Xtreme’ auditorium has been rebranded to ‘Cinemark XD’. The theatre is now called “Fairfax Corner 14 and XD”.
The ‘Rave Xtreme’ screen has been rebranded to ‘Cinemark XD’. The theatre is now called “Polaris 18 and XD”.
The ‘Rave Xtreme’ screen has been rebranded to ‘Cinemark XD’. The theatre is now called “Fallen Timbers 14 and XD”.
This location has now closed.
Cinemark Luxury Loungers were added to all auditoriums during Summer 2016.
Last day of operation was September 29, 2016.
This theatre has been rebranded as “Cinemark Colonel Glenn 18 and XD.” An updated photo has been uploaded. It is also currently undergoing a conversion to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
The XD auditorium was converted over to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in 2016.
This is location is currently undergoing a major remodel, including conversion to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
This building is now being used as a church.
This location has been rebranded from ‘Rave’ to ‘Cinemark’. I have added a new photo of the front of the building showing the Rave signage having been replaced with Cinemark signage.
The final day of operation for this building was September 5, 2016.
A major remodel took place at this location in Spring 2016. Upgrades include an exterior paint job, all new exterior signage, all new wall treatments throughout the lobby, corridors, and auditoriums, all new seats, new surround speakers in every auditorium, a brand new box office, new digital signage in the lobby, concession stand, and corridors, new carpeting throughout the building, two new ticketing kiosks, and several miscellaneous ADA related improvements. Lane dividers and an Icee machine have also been added to the concession stand.
Opened in May 2007 in what used to be a Phar-Mor store.
Effective March 23, 2016, this location is now a Cinemark property.
This theatre has now closed and is in the process of being demolished. A new 14 screen will be constructed on this site. It is projected to open in late 2016.
Now featuring Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.