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Torn down and replaced by an L.A. Fitness.
“ To my knowledge they have only allowed one movie to be screened since the remodel, and have not allowed any outside organizations to do any events, both things they said publicly they would do.”
Thus far, until or unless proven otherwise, Mosaic Church lied.
Isn’t there a Commandment against that?
Presently home to a Raymour & Flanigan Furniture and Mattress Outlet.
This theatre’s physical condition has deteriorated very quickly: https://youtu.be/nmM-SrxNdag
Condos and retail space are likely coming to the former Cinema Kings Highway: https://newyorkyimby.com/2023/06/permits-filed-for-711-kings-highway-in-gravesend-brooklyn.html
Currently being demolished, in spite of the current owners’ proclamations they would instead renovate the building: https://www.eagletribune.com/news/the-final-act-last-of-showcase-cinemas-torn-down-in-lawrence/article_bd38049e-d3e5-11ed-ac0b-e3fb4b68d9c2.html?fbclid=IwAR3i9MXAHMTO8tq00k6zjH7BXb3T0TB88deERinH9Ul2LYne2qtkjp1a4QI&mibextid=Zxz2cZ
Now home to a location of the Grand 99¢ Plus retail chain.
From an email sent earlier today (1/12/2023) by David Bramante, co-owner of the West Newton Cinema:
“ To Our Supporters, Community & Friends,
This past July we announced that The West Newton Cinema was sold to Mark Development. As part of our agreement with the Mark team, our family was given 2 years to continue operations and explore possible options of preserving the Cinema as a center for media, visual and performing arts.
Our focus has been to transition into a non-profit to maintain the theater as part of the Newton community and continue to serve the surrounding areas.
During the past 6 months, a Steering Committee was formed. Steps were taken to create an IRS -approved 501 © (3) (The West Newton Cinema Foundation) as well as begin to create a business plan. We have formed the non-profit and have been approved.
To build the founding Board of Directors and determine if there is support for this idea, the Steering Committee has commissioned the consulting firm, Mersky, Jaffe & Associates, to conduct a feasibility study.
If you would like to participate in the study or would like more detailed information about the project, please reach out to Bridget Bali chair of the steering committee and my daughter.
Word has it the landlord is seeking a new exhibitor.
@Seth Lewis - There’s the AMC sixplex at Broadway and 19th, but that, of course, is a bit of a hike from 8th and 23rd.
Now a Planet Fitness.
No worries! You’re welcome!
VIA57 is the name of the building. LOOK Dine-In Cinemas is in talks to reopen the former Landmark at 57 West, which has remained vacant since closing: https://w42st.com/post/exclusive-movie-theater-at-via57-comes-back-with-look-cinemas-screen-and-dine-combo/
The building which housed the Fairfax is being vacated of its retail tenants, which leads one to wonder if the long-planned redevelopment into apartments is coming near.
The plans afoot at the site of the Vista continue to grow - considerably: https://layimby.com/2022/07/mixed-use-apartment-building-to-wrap-los-felizs-vista-theatre.html
Reopened as the New Orleans Square Theatre.
@jwmovies Today is the last day for the Landmark on Pico. Not the 31st.
The Landmark is closing at the end of this month: https://deadline.com/2022/05/landmark-pico-to-close-1235021649/?fbclid=IwAR32-hZwlmG2XdRAL7p52RLDbn6AGAqZBaipipGim1Wjyd6R9TvxmdHI1zQ
Perhaps the Philadelphia Film Society will take over the lease.
Seems both Guild 45th theatres are still standing, with no demolition permits filed. Only the marquee of the original theatre, which had been damaged by a truck, has been removed: https://twitter.com/marcstilespsbj/status/1482933849222905857?s=21
The Fathom Events screenings of Casablanca at Court Street have been removed from the Regal website.
The lack of showtimes on Sunday, January 16th after 8pm, save for two upcoming Fathom Events screenings of Casablanca on January 23rd and 26th (for which refunds could be provided), is concerning.
Osprey Cove Apartments presently stand at the former site of the Loews Harmon Cove.
The end is coming for the Playhouse 7: https://www.pasadenanow.com/main/commission-approves-final-design-to-convert-laemmle-theatres-playhouse-7-into-multi-tenant-building-with-no-movie-theatre
After purchase by the city, the Union is awaiting demolition: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/union/sections/business-and-finance/articles/union-theater-to-be-demolished-what-s-next?fbclid=IwAR1VqlUspwbCWyviaunn5PGnTmmG_A72Bws5gNAifRNWy7IsamLeCytS31E