Lewisburg Cinema 8
257 Grand Avenue,
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Greater Huntington Theatres (Official)
Operated by: Greater Huntington Theatres
Firms: Keyes Architects & Associates
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Cinema 8, at a cost of $5 million, opened April 3, 2015, at Gateway Commons. The Register Herald noted that because of construction and design problems and harsh weather, it took 31 months to complete the cinema.
Operated by Greater Huntington Theatre Corp. (GHTC), the cinema is equipped with DLP digital projection and Dolby digital sound for the 1,000 recliners in auditoriums ranging from 90 to 250 seats each. They have all you can eat popcorn, Coke and Ice.
GHTC’s other West Virginia theaters are Fountain Place Cinema 8 in Logan and Park Place Stadium Cinemas in Charleston. In Ohio they operate Pierce Point Cinema 10 in Amelia.
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The Lewisburg Cinema 8 was designed by the Louisville architectural firm Keyes Architects & Associates. There are four photos of the project on this page of the firm’s web site.