10 Northgate Plaza,
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The Northgate Theatre opened on September 28, 1951 with 1,500 seats, and boasted Seattle’s largest staff of ushers and the country’s largest crying room. Built in a Northwest Indian motif, the theater was the anchor of the Northgate Shopping Center.
The theater was sold to Cineplex Odeon in 1987 and began its decline during the 1990’s under Loews Cineplex. By the end, broken seats, falling panelling, and ripped up carpet greeted what few patrons came out to support the old place.
Seattle’s Northgate Theatre, which is often regarded by some historians as the first shopping center movie house, went dark in 2002 and was demolished in December of 2005.
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