Atrium Luxury Cinemas
680 Arthur Kill Road,
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Atrium Luxury Cinemas (Official)
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Atrium Stadium Cinemas
Located in the Atrium Mall, the Atrium Stadium Cinemas is located in the Arden Heights district of Staten Island, a conversion of an A&P grocery store, which became the Four Bridges flea market for a while. It opened with 6-screens on May 20, 1994. It was expanded to 9-screens in 1997. In 2004 it was expanded to 12-screens. Renovated in 2019 with the installation of recliner seating, one screen has been closed.
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i was there again last week. i have no complaints. there is additional renovation/construction going on. the owner is very much on his game , this is appreciated on s.i. with the loss of the UA 14.
Photo of Atrium Cinemas Sign:
does anyone know the capacities of each screen and does it have digital sound in any auditoriums
I’ve been to this theater once or twice. There is nothing particularly memorable about it other than it having some of the smallest auditoriums that I have ever seen.
Please update the # of screens to 12
The capacities based on fandange reserved seatings 1. 80 2. 45 3. 82 4. 106 5. 85 6.43 7. 141 8. 114 9. still closed 10. 117 11. 90 12. 75 7 and 8 are Atrium Premium Experience.
Please update, the theatre open as 6 screens on May 20, 1994. It was expanded to 12 screens in 1997. Theatre was recently renovated with recliners and are currently down to 11 screens. Don’t know if theatre 9 will reopen, been closed for a long time. It has to APEX screens with Dolby Atmos.
Please rename, it’s Atrium Stadium Cinemas. Also, the theatre was expanded in 1997 to 9 screens. In 2003, it was taken over by new owners that spent a lot of money in the theatre. In 2004, it was expanded to 12 screens (The additional 3 screens where on added property). Around 2016, they added recliners and made two Dolby Atmos APEX screens. Once the APEX screens open, Studio 9 closed and the owners never renumbered the screens.
Grand opening ad posted.
Please update, became 9 screens on November 7, 1997 building behind the strip mall. Closed September 17, 2003 and open under the current management on December 5, 2003. New owner grand opening ad in photos. The current owners expanded to 12 screens which occupied the old furniture store and added stadium seating in all screens.. A few years ago added recliners, reduced to 11 screens to two APEX Atmos Screens installed.