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- Bow Tie Cinema City
- Bow Tie Cinema City at the Palace
- Bow Tie Palace 17 and Odyssey Theater
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The Bow Tie Cinema City in Hartford, Connecticut will be closing on July 22, 2010 and re-opening as the Bow Tie Cinema City at the Palace in the same building as the Bow Tie Palace 17 and Odyssey Theater at 330 New Park Avenue.
The Cinema City property has been acquired by the Metropolitan District Commission, which provides water services to the Greater Hartford Area, and will redevelop it for municipal use, according to the Bow Tie Cinemas web site. According to information on the site, the new theater "will feature 5 screens with stadium seating, a dedicated box office and café, and our same commitment to provide the best in independent and foreign film."
Even though the new theater will be located at the same address as the existing Palace 17 and Odyssey Theater, it appears that it will have a separate box office and be a somewhat separate operation from the existing theater. As a result, we are going to be listing their information and showtimes under a new entry: Bow Tie Cinema City at the Palace.
Chief Operating Officer Joe Masher is featured in a video that appears to have run on-screen at the Cinema City, and is available below:
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