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Colorado Springs, CO: Carmike Chapel Hills 15 Closed, Being Replaced by New 13-Screen Carmike Theater

Posted on Friday, October 26th, 2012 and updated on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 5:26 PM

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Carmike Cinemas logoThe Carmike Chapel Hills 15 in Colorado Springs, Colorado closed on October 25, 2012, but the company has plans for a new 13-screen location that includes a 600-seat "BigD" auditorium, according to a recent article in The Gazette:

Carmike Cinemas has big plans for Chapel Hills Mall — and we do mean big.

Carmike will close its 15-screen theater complex at the mall on Oct. 26, then demolish that building and an adjacent vacant former Kmart store to make way for a 13-screen complex featuring a 600-seat auditorium equipped with a screen that will be 80 feet wide and 3½ stories tall.

The Carmike 13, scheduled to open next fall, will have entrances from both the parking lot and the mall and will feature stadium-style seating and one-stop ticketing and concession stations, said Terrell Mayton, Carmike’s director of marketing. The new theater will be the first in Colorado to include the company’s “BIGD” auditorium, which includes a 3½-story wall-to-wall screen, 7.1 surround sound and digital projection of both two- and three-dimensional movies using equipment that produces higher resolution than high-definition.

“This project has been envisioned many years ago, but all of the elements fell into place during the past four or five months,” Mayton said, referring to mall owner Garrison Investment Group’s purchase of the former Kmart store for $5 million in February and the hiring a year ago of Urban Retail Properties to manage Chapel Hills. “Urban is know for revitalizing malls that have gone through challenges, and we have worked with them previously to build BIGD complexes in malls they manage in Cleveland, Tenn., and Decatur, Ala.”

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Until the new theater opens, moviegoers will need to visit the Cinemark Carefree Circle & IMAX or one of the other five nearby theaters.

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