Regal SouthGlenn Stadium 14
6901 S. Vine Street,
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Regal Entertainment Group (Official)
Operated by: Regal Entertainment Group
Firms: Russell Architects
Functions: Movies (First Run)
This all-reserved stadium theatre seating complex opened on November 20, 2009 with 2,500 seats. It is part of the "Streets of South Glenn" shopping center.
The opening of the theatres coincides with the annual Christmas tree lighting.
Grand opening attractions include:
"The Twilight Saga : New Moon" on what appears to be at least 3 screens.
"The Blind Side", " Planet 51", "2012", " Disney’s Christmas Carol in 3D", " The Men who stare at Goats"
Here’s the write up from the website….
"SouthGlenn Stadium 14 is conveniently located at the corner of Arapahoe Road and University Boulevard at the Streets at Southglenn. Join us for dinner in our Skybox Lounge, featuring a full-service restaurant and bar. Download Skybox menu. We offer over 2,500 seats with reserved stadium seating and Sony Digital 4K projection in all auditoriums. Experience "at your seat" service from the Skybox Lounge up to 5 minutes prior to feature start time. We offer free refills on large fountain drinks and large popcorns. A multi-story parking structure located next to the theater offers 1,700 parking spaces to choose from! Why wait in line? Buy your tickets now at gohollywood.com or at our 24 hour ticketing kiosks. Don’t just go to the movies, Go Hollywood! Visit one of our exciting grand opening events. Online tickets available beginning Monday evening, November 16th!"
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New seating capacities at this theater following the installation of Regal’s new “king-size” recliners (via Fandango’s reserved seating service):
Theaters 1 & 2 – 47 seats
Theater 3 – 34 seats
Theaters 4 & 9 – 106 seats
Theater 5 – 115 seats
Theaters 6 & 7 – 161 seats
Theater 8 – 116 seats
Theater 10 – 36 seats
Theaters 11, 12, & 13 – 30 seats
Theater 14 – 31 seats
The venue has made the latest Regal closure list; no firm closing date is associated with that.
Tikahtnu Stadium 16 Imax and RPX (Anchorage, AK)
Metro Point (Costa Mesa, CA) Berkeley 7 (Berkeley, CA) Parkway Plaza Stadium 18 and Imax (El Cajon, CA) Escondido Stadium 16 and Imax (Escondido, CA) Hemet Cinema 12 (Hemet, CA) Sherman Oaks Galleria 16 (Los Angeles, CA) Yorda Linda and Imax (Yorba Linda, CA)
Meadows Stadium 12 (Littleton, CO) SouthGlenn Stadium 14 (Centennial, CO)
Shadowood 16 (Boba Raton, FL) South Beach Stadium 18 and Imax (Miami, FL)
Keauhou Stadium 7 (Kailua-Kona, HI)
Bolingbrook Stadium 12 (Bolingbrook, IL) Round Lake Beach Stadium 18 (Round Lake Beach, IL)
Fenway Stadium 13 and RPX (Boston, MA) Bowie Stadium 14
(Bowie, MD) Rockville Center Stadium 13 (Rockville, MD)
Brunswick 10 (Brunswick, ME)
Beaver Creek Stadium 12 (Apex, NC)
Omaha Stadium 16 (Omaha, NE)
Concord 10 (Concord, NH)
Hamilton Commons Stadium 14 (Landing, NJ) Pohatcong Stadium 12 (Phillipsburg, NJ)
Santa Fe Stadium 14 (Santa Fe, NM)
Village Square Stadium 18 (Las Vegas, NV)
Elmwood Center 16 (Buffalo, NY) Ithaca Mall Stadium 14 (Ithaca, NY) Cortlandt Town Center (Mohegan Lake, NY) Union Square Stadium 14 (New York, NY) Greece Ridge Stadium 12 (Rochester, NY) Transit Center Stadium 18 and Imax (Williamsville, NY)
Montrose Movies Stadium 12 (Akron, OH)
Barn Plaza Stadium 14 (Doylestown, PA) Oaks Stadium 24 (Oaks, PA)
Greenbrier Stadium 13 (Chesapeake, VA) Stonefield Stadium 14 and Imax (Charlottesville, VA)
Meridian 16 (Seattle, WA)
Gallery Place Stadium 14 (Washington, DC)
Keep in mind that not all of the Regal theatres on that list will close. While some will close, the majority of the leases for the theaters will be renegotiated.
I assume you mean renegotiated with a new operator. AMC and Cinemark will make a go at some of that list. Not sure if this one would reopen. If it does it would be with a local operator.
Not really, since Regal is trying to renegotiate the leases with the owner of the property to keep operating the theater. If all else fails, then it’ll close, and like you said, there could be some potential of other theater chains purchasing the locations.