Clifton Park Center 8

422 Clifton Country Mall,
Clifton Park, NY 12065

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Clifton Park Center 8

Opened by Hoyts Theatres on April 13, 1984 as an 6-screen theatre. It was enlarged to 8-screens in 1998. It became a Regal operation in 2003. Closed on January 9, 2011 to be demolished, and a new 10-screen cinema to be built on the site.

Contributed by Christopher Walczak

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CSWalczak on July 27, 2010 at 5:56 pm

Plans are to add two more screens to this theater, add stadium seating, and make other upgrades: View link

moviebuff82 on July 27, 2010 at 6:06 pm

I was at a chinese restaurant located in a strip mall right across the highway from the movie theater, and this was on my way to a relative’s house in the Adirondacks. I never been to this theater, but the one that Hoyts also used to own in Queensbury, NY, that now has 3D.

crunchocky on October 5, 2010 at 11:35 am

The impression I was given by the July announcement (as well as by the way it is worded on the Regal website) was that the announced project was for a 10 screen replacement theatre, not an expansion of the current 8 screen theatre. Similar to the project Regal has ongoing in Watertown, the current theatre I believe they mentioned is scheduled to close in early January, with the new theatre being built in its place following demolition (with an estimated opening somewhere in October or November).

crunchocky on January 10, 2011 at 4:46 pm

The theatre has closed as of yesterday (1/9/11) to be prepared for demolition and its reconstruction as the Clifton Park Center Stadium 10. Estimated timetable given by the center is late October or November of this year.

crunchocky on March 2, 2011 at 6:07 pm

Clifton Park Center’s Facebook page indicated earlier in February that demolition has started on this theatre in order for the new CPC Stadium 10 to be built on and around its footprint (along with the new adjacent hotel).

rivest266 on September 15, 2013 at 2:05 pm

This opened as the Clifton County Cinemas 6 on April 13th, 1984. Enlarged to 8 screens in 1998 and expanded to 11 screens in 2011.

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