Loews Harmon Cove
45 Meadowlands Parkway,
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The former Loews Harmon Cove was opened as a single screen on December 15, 1976 with Peter Sellers in “Pink Panther Strikes Again”. Screen 2 opened on December 17, 1976 with Jessica Lang in “King Kong”. Two other screens opened on 22nd December 1976 with Clint Eastwood in “The Enforcer” & Dustin Hoffman in “Marathon Man”. It had a blank wall facing the street and the entrance and parking was around in the back, not easy to find. Its off-the-beaten-path location was probably the reason Loews built a six-plex and eight-plex in newer major shopping areas on the other side of Route 3, and the older quad was closed.
The building was gutted and is now ‘The Outlets at the Cove’, a group of four outlet stores with a cafe. The pylon sign is still standing at the intersection of Route 3 and Meadowlands Parkway, advertising the outlet stores.
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