Closed Clearwater Crossing 12 in Indy to become entertainment complex

posted by CSWalczak on April 22, 2011 at 7:40 am

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The closed former AMC Clearwater Crossing 12 will be transformed into Latitude 39 (a reference to the location of Indianapolis) which is described by its developer as having a Las Vegas-like ambiance without the casino. The new facility will have arcade games, meeting and banquet facilities, restaurants, bowling, live entertainment, and a sports theater with large screens – but no movies.

Chief Executive Officer Brent Brown said, “We’ll start the renovation work in a week and follow an aggressive schedule to have Latitude 39 open by January next year. We’re shooting to be open by the Super Bowl.”

Latitude 39 in Indianapolis will be the second venue of Latitude Global and its parent investment company, Brownstone Group, based in Jacksonville, Fla., where the first location of Latitude 30 opened last year.

The story is in the Indianapolis Star.

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moviebuff82 on April 22, 2011 at 11:41 am

But what if there’s no Super Bowl if the lockout begins? Then people won’t come….

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