Lincoln Heights 4
2930 E. 27th Avenue,
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Sterling Recreation Organization (SRO), which had merged with Favorite Theatres in March of 1972, opened the Lincoln Heights 2 on November 23, 1972. On August 29, 1979 a third auditorium, designed by Norm Sylvester, opened. The premiere attraction in the 600-seat auditorium was Disney’s 70mm, Dolby stereo sound version of “Sleeping Beauty". In September of 1985 the fourth auditorium opened.
In December of 1986 The Spokane Daily Chronicle noted that Cineplex Odeon had purchased SRO for $45.5 million. In 1992 Act III Theatres took over the Cineplex Odeon theaters in Spokane. The final operator to move in was Regal Cinemas in December of 1998.
Designated as “under-performing", Regal closed the theatre on February 18, 2001. The Spokane Spokesman Review said that in the previous six months Regal had closed six Spokane theaters.
The theater was later converted into a church.
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