125 Huffman Mill Road,
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Located on Huffman Mill Road at the intersection of South Church Street near the Holly Hill Mall(which is now the Colonial Mall), the Terrace Theatre became Burlington’s first-ever ‘Ultravision’ theatre when it opened on March 13, 1970. It began as a single screen theatre with a seating capacity of 700 under Wilby-Kincey Corporation.
By 1974,a second auditorium was built adjacent to the original auditorium, keeping the ‘Ultravision’ brilliance. It became the Terrace I & II under ABC Southeastern Theatres. By the late-1970’s, the original auditorium was split into two sections creating shoebox auditoriums with smaller screens. By the 1980’s, the second auditorium was also split down the middle into two sections. By the mid-1980’s and early-1990’s it expanded from three screens to six when Janus Theatres bought out the Terrace Theatres from Cineplex Odeon and Plitt Southern Theatres.
It was a great place to see some of Hollywood’s best until the mid-1990’s when Janus Theatres began construction on a huge 14-plex theatre just a mile down from the Terrace Theatre and not very far from Holly Hill Mall. The Terrace Theatres closed in December 1996, and was demolished in 2000. A Lowes Home Improvement Warehouse and a Rite-Aid Pharmacy now sits along that intersection of Huffman Mill Road and South Church Street where the Terrace Theatres once stood.
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