Regal Fairfield Commons Stadium & RPX 20
2651 Fairfield Commons,
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Operated by: Cineworld
Previously operated by: Regal Theatres
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Regal Hollywood 20 at Fairfield Commons
When Regal Hollywood 20 at Fairfield Commons a 75,000-square-foot neon-intense, art deco-themed movie complex opened in late August 1999 it presented a number of amenities unique to the Dayton market, including two-day advance ticketing; wireless listening devices for hearing-impaired patrons; and `Booster Buddy' seats for small children.
In addition, there is an overhead lobby screen with continuous coming attractions; a large concession stand with two express counters; and a “quot;gourmet snack bar” that sells cappuccino, bottled water and fresh-baked cookies. The “gourmet snack bar” is now longer used. Regal Hollywood 20 at Fairfield Commons now will have to face Showcase Cinemas when they open Cinema De Lux, which is going to be the grand daddy of all.
Glimcher Realty Trust which owns the building that houses the Regal Hollywood 20 at Fairfield Commons sold it in May 2002 for $9.7 million to OLP Holdings LLC.
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