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As the above comments note. this opened as a Studio Movie Grill in 2014.
Now called Studio Movie Grill Arena Grand
Studio Movie Grill
Lickel Architecture designed the most recent renovations.
Stotser Architects designed the RAVE.
Cinemark calls this theater Polaris 18 + Xtreme.
Yes, it is listed, as the above comment notes, at 1071 Gemini Place.
Designed by Stotser Architects
The Omaha World-Herald reported on the opening of the Twin Creek Cinema on November 17, 2000.
Since April of 2008, the Twin Creek Cinema has been operated by Marcus Theatres
Omaha World-Herald—March 27, 2008:
“Marcus Theatres Corp. of Milwaukee has signed an agreement to buy seven Douglas Theatre Co. locations in Omaha and Lincoln for approximately $40.5 million, subject to closing adjustments.
Marcus will acquire the 20 Grand and Village Pointe theaters in Omaha, the Twin Creek theater in Bellevue and the East Park, Edgewood, Grand and SouthPointe theaters in Lincoln.”
TK Architects remodeled the theater in 2014. 5 photos are available on their portfolio.
Market Watch Story on Renovation
The Cinemark was designed by The Design Collective
Stotser Architects designed the Rave.
3 photos here
Stotser Architects designed this theater for Rave Cinemas.
Stotser Architects designed this theater with 3,800 seats.
4 photos available
The address was 1203 Spring Street. It opened in April of 1921 and was closed by 1930. (See map in photo section).
Moving Picture World on April 9, 1921, had this report: “The T. & D. Junior Circuit, with headquarters at San Francisco, Cal., has opened the Park Theatre at Paso Robles, Cal., as part of its chain of houses. This theatre is located on the grounds of the Hot Springs Hotel.” (See photo section).
The photos of the theater are on display at El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society Museum.
Now operated by Starplex
Butler, Rosenbury & Partners, Inc. is the architect for the 3-screen expansion.
Butler, Rosenbury & Partners, Inc.
Springfield Business Journal
TK Architecture designed the Cinemark ADA with 1,095 seats. There are 4 photos on their portfolio.
Designed by TK Architects. There are 5 photos on their portfolio.
Weiss Architecture designed the Alamo Drafthouse Richardson
Photo and story
Hollis Miller Architects take credit for the renovations and the insertion of the 6-screen cinema, restaurant and bar into the shell. Photos available.
Designed by Mike Treadway of MTA Architects
J. Price Architecture designed this theatre for B&B Theatres. There are 15 photos on their portfolio.
J. Price Architecture
Since the ownership change it is now named Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille
Since August of 2014 this has been a Carmike Cinema named Camp Hill 12.
It was originally designed by JKR Partners
The Emagine in Royal Oak was designed by Studio Three Design. Five photos on their website.
Studio Three Design
Designed by Stotser and Associates. Showcase lists SuperLux as being located in Chestnut Hill (not Newton), which should give correct Google street view.
Interior photo here
Designed by O’Brien Architects of Dallas.
Video tour here
The design of this Cinemark was collaboration between Herschman Architects and The Beck Group.
Designed by Mike Treadway Architects (MTA)