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Saint Charles, IL: Improvements Coming to Classic Cinemas Charlestowne 18

Posted on Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 5:02 PM

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The Courier-News is reporting that there will be some improvements happening soon to the Classic Cinemas Charlestowne 18 in Saint Charles, Illinois:

Classic Cinema 18, which may be the most successful business remaining at Charlestowne Mall, will join the shopping center’s “Quad St. Charles” era with a major remodeling of its own. But the management is playing its cards close to the vest as to what exactly those changes will include.“I won’t go into all the details at this particular moment. But we have just finished upgrading the technology. We have digital projection and 100 percent 7.1 sound,” said Chris Johnson, vice president of Downers Grove-based Tivoli Classic Cinemas. “So now we will be focusing on upgrading the comforts and the look of the theaters.”

But “we are committed to this location,” Johnson said. “We are excited about the reconstruction, and we are definitely going to spend some significant money to make this location fantastic.”

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The Charlestowne 18 counts four other movie theaters as competition within just ten miles, including the Goodrich Randall 15 + IMAX in Batavia, the Marcus Elgin Fox Ultrascreen Theatre in Elgin, and the Cinemark Century Stratford Square in Bloomingdale. (The Arcada Theatre in Saint Charles usually hosts live performances.) Many other chains are starting to install luxury seating, extra-large screens (such as IMAX or Marcus' UltraScreen), so it will be interesting to see what Classic Cinemas has in store for this location.

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