Emagine Palladium

209 Hamilton Row,
Birmingham, MI 48009

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Emagine Palladium

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Located at 250 N. Old Woodward Avenue and owned by Uptown Entertainment. The Palladium 12 opened November 16, 2001 with 2,200 seats in its 12 screens. It was designed by architectural firm JPR Architects. It was closed September 1, 2014.

The building was reconfigured with five screens and a total of 550 seats. It reopened October 2, 2015 as the Emagine Palladium, operated by Emagine Entertainment.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on December 3, 2010 at 7:27 am

The Palladium Theater was designed by JPRA Architects, of Farmington Hills, Michigan. There is a description of the theater, and three photos, on this page of the firm’s web site. It’s an interesting building, with a strong neo-Regency influence, but topped by a mansard, of all things. I can’t decide if I find it handsome or ridiculous. Maybe a bit of each.

OCRon on November 8, 2015 at 3:02 am

The former Palladium 12 which closed on September 1, 2014, is now known as the Emagine Palladium, and it reopened on October 2, 2015, with five screens and 550 seats. The former Palladium 12, which originally opened on November 16, 2001, had 12 screens and 2,200 seats.

The official address, according to Emagine, has been changed to 209 Hamilton Row, Birmingham, MI 48009. New boxoffice phone 248-385-9500 (construction photo added)

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