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J. Price Architecture designed this theater. There are 25 photos on their portfolio.
J. Price Architecture
The remodeling of the Crest was done by Bar Architects. Also on their portfolio is work that they have done for Skywalker Ranch. Photos are on their website.
This Alamo Drafthouse opened on November 20, 2009., with 900 seats.
Designed by MDN Architects and the DESIGN TEAM of Jorge de la Garza &Felix De Los Santos.
Designed by Architects Orange:
This Theater is on the portfolio of CTSM Architects, with 21 photos:
Here’s another Cinemark designed by The Beck Group.
This theater is now called Studio Movie Grill Colleyville, with 8 screens
Dallas Business Journal
From the Des Moines Register:
ABOUT MERLE HAY MALL CINEMA
Jan. 27, 1966: Open house and VIP grand opening for brand-new “Merle Hay Plaza” theater.
First movie: “The Spy Who Came in From the Cold,” starring Richard Burton.
1967-1972: American Broadcasting Corp. (ABC).
1972-1988: Dubinsky Brothers Theatres.
1988: Excellence Theaters (later Carmike), which closed it.
1992-2014: Reopened as “Merle Hay Mall Cinema” by Charles Caligiuri and Leonard Fazio.
The Des Moines Register
Detroit Free Press story:
Detroit Free Press
Studio Three has two photographs of Emagine Canton in this portfolio (the one with the snow on the ground):
Studio Three Design
More information on Paul Glantz from Lawrence Technological University:
Here is info for the Lone Star Drive-In from the Avalanche Journal. (Ad in Photo section)
Address: 1902 Interstate 27 Service Rd (today). (Historical,1902 Amarillo Hwy)
1951: Opened as Country Club Drive-In. (Across Amarillo Hwy from Lubbock Country Club)
July 22, 1956: Renamed Lone Star Drive-In.
May 11, 1970: Closed, completely demolished by a tornado (See News clip in photo section)
We now have a photo of what the Rex Theater looked like.
It’s interesting to compare it to the current street view.
There is now a photo of the Troy Theatre from the National Register of Historic Places.
I found out from a history story in the Weiser Signal American that there was a Lyric Theater at street level.(See photo section)
The article brought attention to the posters in the windows. This was a storefront operation if there ever was one.
This theater is listed on the portfolio of RLS Design Group.
RLS Design Group
ELS Architecture was the master planner of Embarcadero Center. They note: “ELS re-positioned retail spaces, added a new cinema, and redesigned public areas and office lobbies to upgrade lighting, finishes, and sightlines.
Project Contact: D. Jamie Rusin, AIA, LEED® AP, Principal.”
This theater is listed on the lengthy portfolio of RLS Design Group. No photos.
CinéArts At The Empire is operated by Cinemark.
The official name for this theatre is now Cinebarré Boulder.
This theater is now separated from Starplex Cinemas and renamed Trans Texas Theatre. It is the first in a chain developed for small towns by J.C. Mitchell, former owner of Starplex and his partners, Ken Maynard and Bill Knight. They are also adding dining options. General Manager Krista Lloyd said, “We now have pizza, hamburgers, fries and cheese sticks.”
This Paragon Theatre is on the portfolio of ADW Architects, with one pre-construction rendering.
The Red Raider Drive-In opened in 1951 and closed in 1979 (per ads in the Avalanche Journal.)
Information for this theater from Avalanche Journal:
July 13, 1979: Opened as the first theater in Lubbock equipped with handicapped restrooms and seating. (ad in photo section).
Russell Architects designed the theater for Hollywood Theaters. Five photographs are on their website.