5174 Edgewater Drive,
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Previously operated by: Eastern Federal Corporation, General Cinema Corp.
The Northgate Theater opened in one of Orlando’s first suburban shopping centers. The shopping plaza opened in the 1950’s and the Northgate 4 was a later addition, opening with 3-screen on December 25, 1971. The theater was originally operated by Eastern Federal Theaters, though ownership had switched over to General Cinema by 1990.
The theater was closed by Eastern Federal on May 2, 1993. It later became a church. The church appears to be abandoned as well.
Google Maps approximates the address to be roughly 5174 Edgewater Drive.
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Does anyone know, did it start out as 1 theater, then 2, then 3, then 4?
When I look at the Google Map Photo of the stores, which part is the theaters?
The theater is the building with the white/faded roof on the left side of the parking lot. Satel Drive runs along the back of the building.
This opened with three screens on December 25th, 1971. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Eastern Federal closed the Northgate 4 on May 2, 1993 as a sub-run dollar discount house and the films, “A Few Good Men,” “The Bodyguard,” “Sommersby,” “Mad Dog & Glory” and Alive.“ It was only operated by Eastern Federal.