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- Hoyts Saucon Valley 10
- Regal Cinemas Saucon Valley Square 10
- Carmike Promenade 16 + IMAX
Center Valley, PA
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The Regal Cinemas Saucon Valley Square 10 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania closed Sunday, according to an article by Jim Deegan of The Express-Times:
The Regal Cinemas multiplex off Route 378 in Lower Saucon Township closed over the weekend — the latest property to leave Saucon Valley Square shopping center.
The cinema won’t be empty for long if a Lehigh Valley developer has its way.
Posh Properties in Bethlehem Township, Pa., bought the 39,000-square-foot theater about a month ago and has plans to use it for retail and entertainment space, said Joseph C. Posh, managing partner of the development company.
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Moviegoers in the area will need to find one of the 14 theaters in the area for their new choice to see a movie. The closest theaters include the ArtsQuest in Bethlehem, which shows art-house fare such as The Tree of Life, and those looking for mainstream movies will need to head over to the Rave Motion Pictures Promenade 16 in Center Valley.
The theater opened in December 1998 as the Hoyts Saucon Valley 10, and it was then purchased by Regal Cinemas until its closure on July 17, 2011.
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