Edwards Alhambra Renaissance 14

1 East Main Street,
Alhambra, CA 91801

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Opened in November, 2002, this megaplex was designed by Blair Ballard Architects of Laguna Beach, California, in what might one day be known as the Edwards-Googie style of architecture. Part of a major downtown redevelopment in this aging suburb eight miles east of downtown Los Angeles, it is the newer and larger of two Edwards-built megaplexes in the city of Alhambra.

The Edwards company has had a long association with Alhambra, going back to the 1930’s, and at one time it operated all four of the city’s single screen theatres (all now demolished.)

The two largest auditoriums of the Alhambra Renaissance each have 400 seats, and four other auditoriums each have 300 seats. All auditoriums in the complex feature stadium seating.

Contributed by Joe Vogel

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Manwithnoname
Manwithnoname on February 12, 2008 at 8:54 pm

Regal sucks. I truly hate this place, however I had some time on my hands so I arrived at 5:10pm to catch a 5:45 show thinking I would get the bargain price. I was told the matinee ends at 5:30 and that will be $10.50 please. I’m going to pay that when I paid only $1.50 more to see “2001” in 70mm at the Cinerama Dome? No wonder Regal is losing money.

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