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Movie Theatres

Discussion in 'Jobs and Help Wanted' started by vacliff, Oct 8, 2004.

  1. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    I noticed an announcement in the paper that a 16 screen theatre will be opening in the Brambleton Town Center in 2006.
  2. Farscape

    Farscape New Member

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    Excellent news Cliff! Thanks!
  3. mburton

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    Here is the press release:

    BRAMBLETON RESIDENTS AND GUESTS TO ENJOY 16 SCREEN
    3,000 SEAT MULTI-PLEX THEATRE


    BRAMBLETON, VIRGINIA --- The Brambleton Group announced it recently entered into an agreement with Consolidated Theatres of Charlotte, NC to operate a 16-screen multiplex facility at the new Brambleton Town Center.
    “We are extremely pleased to have Consolidated Theatre as part of what will be a great mix of upscale retail, restaurants, and entertainment at our Town Center,” said Anthony L. Soave, Chief Executive Officer of Brambleton LLC . “We are quite sure Consolidated Theatres will be a special addition to the Brambleton community. The theaters will further provide a close and convenient amenity and entertainment venue for the many families who live in Brambleton and other nearby residential communities.”
    The approximately 60,000-square-foot facility will feature 3,000 stadium seats on 18-inch risers, providing comfortable high-back rocker seating with retractable cup holders. Fully expanded wall-to-wall screens with Dolby Digital, DTS Digital and SDDS Digital sound will create the quintessential movie experience. Superior concession selections will include specialty coffees, pizza by Pizzeria Uno, Coca-Cola product beverages and other quality items. In addition, the new theater will feature Consolidated Theatres’ characteristic quality customer service, convenient box office and Movie Awards consumer loyalty program.
    Consolidated Theatres, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, has an excellent reputation as a leader in its field in the southeast region of the United States, and presently operates 16 theatres with 222 screens in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The company has additional sites under construction in Silver Spring, MD; Spartanburg, SC; High Point, NC; and Kingstowne, VA with plans for continued growth throughout the eastern United States. Consolidated Theatres is committed to continuing its reputation as the premier theater operating company in the United States.
    The Brambleton Town Center will ultimately include 300,000 square feet of retail space and 200,000 square feet of office space. As well, Harris Teeter grocery store has been selected to serve the residents of Brambleton at the Town Center. This will be the first flagship Harris Teeter store located in Loudoun County.
    The Town Center will be the heart of Brambleton with daily convenience retail, restaurants, entertainment, lifestyle retail and commercial offices, providing an energy and excitement not found in typical planned communities. It will be accessible from the to-be-relocated Belmont Ridge Road, as well as from the Dulles Greenway on exits 6 and 7.
    Bill Fox said “the primary goal in our design of the Town Center is to ensure connectivity, both virtual and real, between the office tenants, retailers and residents. State-of-the-art telecommunications will connect every home, business and civic building within the community”. Brambleton is America’s first “Verizon “Enhanced Community,” with Verizon’s Fiber-to-the-home data and video transport. This will well position Brambleton’s Town Center in the 21st century. Brambleton’s Town Center will be connected to each resident with retailer and office tenants by a fiber optic backbone and literally with pedestrian walkways throughout this community.
    Cary Judd with Madison Retail is the exclusive broker for Brambleton’s Town Center. The Town Center retail architect is Tony Rounds of Rounds Van Duzer Architects, a Falls Church, VA firm specializing in creative retail architecture and design. Peter Crowley, a partner in Land Design, Inc. of Alexandria, Virginia is responsible for the overall land planning of Brambleton including the Town Center. Barry Smith, principal with Urban Engineering located in Annandale, Virginia is the lead engineer for the Brambleton Town Center.
    Located in Loudoun County, in the Ashburn area, Brambleton is a new town with schools, shopping, fire and rescue, and parks. A new visitors center recently opened and the construction of the second group of lots is underway. Brambleton features a state-of-the art fiber optic communications system, with video and high-speed internet and community intranet services. Brambleton will also have three elementary schools, a high school (currently under construction), places of worship and numerous recreation amenities including parks, ball fields, tennis, walking trails and many other resort style amenities.
  4. gammonbabe

    gammonbabe New Member

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    Woohooo .... about time. :)
  5. Zansu

    Zansu New Member

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    sounds like the setup at Fairfax Corner, and that's really nice -- except, as I pointed out to my husband, if they let you ake all that food in there with you, you better take a good look at the seat before you sit!

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