Regal Fox Tower Stadium 10
846 SW Park Avenue,
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The Portland Oregonian reported on the opening of Regal Cinemas 1,500-seat Fox Tower 10 on October 13, 2000. The size of each auditorium ranged from 79 to 233 seats. The Portland Oregonian noted that it was the first movie theater to open in downtown Portland in nine years.
Tom Moyer originally developed the project on the site of his old Fox Theatre, whose May 10, 1997 demolition was covered in the Oregonian on May 11. It was noted that after Moyer sold his Luxury Theatres to Act III Theatres in 1989, he kept control of the Fox block.
At the start of construction in August of 1997, the Oregonian noted that he was starting the $90 million project without financing or tenants in place. Moyer said he was talking to lenders and potential tenants and was putting a lot of his own money into the project.
Thompson Vaivoda and Associates (TVA) designed the theater as well as the tower.
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