Regal Battery Park Stadium 11
102 N. End Avenue,
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One-time United Artists 16-screen (now houses 11 auditoriums, after giving up five screens to make room for a DSW Shoe Warehouse), all-stadium seating megaplex which opened its doors by Regal on July 14, 2000, but, because of its location far, far, downtown, has never truly captured the fancy of the Manhattan moviegoing public. It was taken over by United Artists in 2001.
Closing after suffering extensive architectural damage on September 11, 2001, the Battery Park City Stadium resumed its celluloid life in May of 2002, serving (and continuing to serve) as one of many hosts to the enormously popular Tribeca Film Festival.
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