Beavercreek Cinemas 1-7
3195 Dayton-Xenia Road #100,
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The Beavercreek Cinemas opened on June 7, 1985 by Chakeres Theatres of Springfield, OH in the Beavercreek Plaza.
The seven screen Beavercreek was a first run theater less than 3 miles from the Beaver Valley Cinemas on 35 which Chakere’s Xenia theatres has been losing money to since Beaver Valley opened in 1977. The Chakeres sold Beavercreek Cinemas to National Amusements in April 1988 along with four different cinemas at the Dayton Mall totaling eight screens, the Southtowne Twin next door to the mall inside Elder Beermans, Page Manor Twin Cinemas and Cinema North 1-5. In August 1999 a 20plex Regal Hollywood 20 opened just another 3.5 miles from the Beavercreek Cinemas.
Beaver Valley continued to show first run and in November 1999 National Amusements changed admission at Beavercreek Cinemas to $2.25. It worked for the first few weeks but Beavercreek Cinemas once again was running on empty six months later Beavercreek Cinemas was closed. Beavercreek Cinemas it was striped and only the box office and the theatre shells remain. Kimco Reality is still leasing it a theatre/retail. The Beavercreek Cinemas is 27,000 square feet.
It would be hard to compete with Regal as first run but as a dollar house you could also rent the Beaver Valley Cinemas and the Beavercreek Cinemas and run them as Beavercreek Dollar Cinemas 1-6 and Dollar Cinemas 7-14.
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