Regal Great Northern Mall 10

4155 State Route 31,
Clay, NY 13041

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Previously operated by: Hoyts Cinemas, Loews, Regal Entertainment Group, Sony Theatres

Previous Names: Hoyts Cinemas Great Northern Mall 6/10, Loews Great Northern Mall 6

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Regal Great Northern Mall 10

Constructed by USA Cinemas and opened on October 6, 1988 by Loews after they acquired USA during construction, the Great Northern Mall 10 opened as a six screen theatre. The theatre was operated by Loews/Sony until 1996, when Hoyts Cinemas purchased every Loews theatre in the Syracuse market. Hoyts then expanded this theatre in 1997 to its current ten screen configuration. Hoyts operated the theatre from 1996 until 2002, when Regal Entertainment Group became the operator after they purchased nearly all of the Hoyts locations.

After the demolition of the former Hoyts/Loews locations in Camillus, Fayetteville, and Dewitt, the Great Northern Mall 10 was the only remaining theatre from the USA/Loews multiplex era in Syracuse. It was closed on March 15, 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Regal later announced that the closure would be permanent.

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crunchocky on October 15, 2020 at 6:04 pm

Cineworld has elected to permanently close this theatre (the theatre’s box office is empty, the lobby has been cleared of all equipment, all interior and exterior signage has been removed, and the theatre has been removed from Regal’s locator and Fandango). The status of this theatre should be changed to Closed (as this closure is permanent not temporary) and its final day of operation was March 15 (the day the NY Pause order implemented the originally temporary closure).

jdicarlo on December 31, 2020 at 8:19 pm

I went to see Secretariat here in November 2010.

crunchocky on November 20, 2022 at 3:01 pm

As of November 20, Great Northern Mall has closed permanently in preparation of its sale to a local developer that plans on turning the site into a lifestyle center that would demolish a significant portion of the existing mall. There is plans to have a movie theatre as part of the new development, however currently there is no indication as to whether that would involve retaining the existing theatre or constructing a new one. The theatre is positioned where it could be detached from the existing structure, and there wasn’t at the time of its closure anything structurally wrong with it (other than the roof likely needing to be replaced). However, the original 6 auditoriums (1-4, 9, 10) have received no significant upgrades since they opened in 1988 and the Hoyts 4 (5-8) are still as they were when they opened in 1997.

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