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Portland, OR: Regal Lloyd Center 10 & IMAX to be Replaced by 14-Screen Theater Nearby

Posted on Monday, March 5th, 2018 3:51 PM

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The Regal Lloyd Center 10 & IMAX in Portland, Oregon will be replaced by a new 14-screen movie theater still operated by Regal Entertainment Group, according to a recent article published in The Oregonian:

The Regal Lloyd Center 10 is on its way out, but a replacement theater is expected to be ready for showtime first.

More than 1,300 apartments are planned on the site of the Regal Lloyd Center 10 movie theater at 1510 N.E. Multnomah St., with the first phase of construction expected to begin soon on what's now the theater's parking lot.

The second phase, which includes the theater site and a surface parking lot across the Multnomah Street, will mean the end of the 10-screen movie theater. But mall officials say a new 14-screen theater built in the mall's former Sears space will be finished first.

"It's going to be seamless," said Bob Dye, the Lloyd Center's general manager. "I doubt there will be even one day in between."

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This dance across Multnomah Street has happened before. In 2015, the Regal Lloyd Mall 8 closed, and moviegoers shifted to this theater. Sometime later this year or in 2019, moviegoers will be crossing the street again to go to movies where they used to buy Craftsman tools and Kenmore refrigerators.

Until that time, you can see what's playing and when, and buy tickets online, by visiting the Showtimes page for the Regal Lloyd Center 10 & IMAX.

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