|Register Now | Log in|
|Home: BigScreen Journal - Waldorf, MD: Renovation Plans for AMC Loews St. Charles Towne Center 9 Announced|
AMC Theatres announced this week plans to renovate the AMC Loews St. Charles Towne Center 9 in Waldorf, Maryland to upgrade the moviegoing experience for their customers.
AMC plans to invest more than $4.5 million by converting all nine auditoriums to Sony 4K Digital Cinema Projection systems and upgraded sound systems, as well as renovating the bathrooms, box office, concession, and lobby areas. The press release even mentions power reclining seats, but does not specify how many or if those seats will come at a premium. An IMAX auditorium is being considered, but not finalized.
“The renovations and the amenities we’re adding will elevate the AMC Loews St. Charles Towne Center 9 theatre to one of the nicest in the nation,” said Mark McDonald, executive vice president of Global Development at AMC. “From the seating to the concession area to the movie presentation, everything will be state-of-the-art.”
The theater will be open during the renovations, with most of the work scheduled to be completed by summer 2012.
Source: AMC Theatres Press Release
No comments found. Be the first and let us know what you think!
|Commenting on Journal Articles is available only to our readers who have customized this site, which makes it easier for you to complete the form and for us to contact you with any questions or concerns about your comments.|
Please login or register a new account before continuing.
Our registered members enjoy more features, including:
Basic accounts are free -- sign up today!
Log in to retrieve your saved settings.
|The BigScreen Cinema Guide is a service of SVJ Designs LLC. All graphics, layout, and structure of this service (unless otherwise specified) are Copyright © 1995-2013, SVJ Designs. The BigScreen Cinema Guide is a trademark of SVJ Designs. All rights reserved.
'ACADEMY AWARDS®' and 'OSCAR®' are the registered trademarks and service marks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.