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10-screen theater to open at Lions Head Plaza in NJ.

Cinemark USA, one of the largest independently owned theater circuits in the United States will open its first 10-screen theater at Lions Head Plaza in Somerdale, New Jersey, according to National Realty & Development Corp. of Purchase, New York, developers of the 202,000-square-foot shopping center at Route 30 and Evesham Road.

The 30,000-square-foot theater will contain 1,900 seats and show first run movies. The theater will feature bright colors and neon light treatment throughout. Each auditorium will offer plush, roomy seating with cup holder armrest and large wall-to-wall screens. A video gameroom near a multi-station concession stand will be in the lobby. Computerized ticket sales will speed each transaction and allow movie goers to purchase advance tickets. A summer 1993 opening is planned. Lions Head Plaza is easil-y accessible from Routes 295, 30, 70, ind 73, and it is within a diree mfle radius of 100,000 consumers.

Movies 10 oins a number of nationally recognized tenants including an 82,000-square-foot Caldor, a 42,000-square-foot Shop 'N Bag, a 24,345-square-foot Office Max and a 6,886-square-foot Rite-Aid. A new free-standing Pizza Hut has also recently been added to the Center's tenant roster.
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Title Annotation:Cinemark U.S.A. Inc. to open in Somerdale, New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 4, 1992
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