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William Newman
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From: Everett, WA
Registered: May 2004


 - posted December 20, 2007 06:41 AM      Profile for William Newman   Email William Newman         Edit/Delete Post 
Last night an article and stating planning to open 16 plex cinema at Port of Everett. Article was written about month ago.

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David Au
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From: Walnut Creek, CA
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 - posted December 20, 2007 06:17 PM      Profile for David Au   Email David Au         Edit/Delete Post 
The chain is Cinetopia Theaters. They look like a luxury theater chain. There are pictures and info on their website.

http://www.cinetopiatheaters.com

Cinetopia 16 Info

Cinetopia coming to riverfront
July 18, 2007

Leonetti & Chateau Margaux pour into Everett with state-of-the-art cinema and entertainment complex
Everett Riverfront announces Cinetopia as first tenant

The Everett Riverfront, a unique mixed-use development along the Snohomish River, proudly announces Cinetopia, a luxury 16-screen movie theater and entertainment complex, as the first tenant to join the project. The development combines a new and distinctive community of destination-driven retail, restaurants, hotel, office space, condominiums and natural amenities such as tree-lined walking and bike trails, natural wildlife habitats and gorgeous riverfront views of Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Mountain range, making it the region’s premiere destination for working, shopping, dining and living.
Cinetopia supersedes all current movie going standards and amenities offered in the Northwest by providing a variety of high-end entertainment options under one roof. All theaters, including the one of a kind Living Room Theater with box seating and the Grand Auditorium, offer Digital Super High Definition projectors with greater resolution than any other theater, as well as superior seating and deluxe audio equipment. In addition to the high tech luxury theaters, Cinetopia features an art gallery, tropical garden, restaurant and wine bar. Guests can buy a bottle, glass or one ounce pour from a selection of more than 100 different wines featuring, Leonetti, Chateau Margaux and Penfolds Grange. Guests will also have the opportunity to interact with a fully-automated system that educates patrons about the different wines.
“Cinetopia sets the tone for the future development of the riverfront,” said Ray Stephanson, Mayor of the City of Everett. “Just like this development, Cinetopia is a distinctive, destination-quality attraction.”
The Everett Riverfront development, opening in the summer of 2010, will be a 225-acre development showcasing 450,000 square feet of retail and extraordinary frontage along the Snohomish River. Offering the region the opportunity for a one-of-a-kind experience all within the artistry of nature, the Everett Riverfront will have direct access from a new four-way interchange connected to Interstate 5.
World class developer OliverMcMillan, based in San Diego, Calif., was selected from seven national development firms for this project. The Glen Town Center in Glenview, Ill. and the Uptown District in San Diego, Calif. give OliverMcMillan national recognition for their experience in mixed-use design and strong architectural vision.
“The Everett Riverfront is our perfect location because like Cinetopia it will be a one of a kind destination offering the Seattle area a unique shopping, dining and recreational experience,” said Rudyard Coltman, owner and operator of Cinetopia. “Many visitors of our current location in Vancouver, Wash., drive from the Seattle area and I am happy to bring Cinetopia closer to them.”
Located 25 minutes north of Seattle, Everett is the sixth largest city in Washington, with an estimated population of 101,800 (2007) and a projected average family income in 2009 of $74,060. It is a bayside community, home to Boeing, United States Naval Station Everett, Kimberly Clark, Intermec, Fluke and Stockpot Soups along with many more. Everett’s performing arts center, the proposed innovative ArtSpace education center, the Everett Events Center, Everett Station and the Everett Riverfront development are making the area increasingly dynamic for residents, visitors and tourists.

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Chris Utley
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 - posted December 21, 2007 10:12 AM      Profile for Chris Utley   Author's Homepage   Email Chris Utley         Edit/Delete Post 
Saw the website...they're proud of their ginormous 50 foot screens that they run their DLP projected films on. [Roll Eyes]

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Dave Felthous
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From: Seattle, WA
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 - posted December 21, 2007 05:52 PM      Profile for Dave Felthous   Email Dave Felthous         Edit/Delete Post 
This may give Regal a run for its money. Their 16plex at the Everett Mall is more than five miles from the new cinema, so both can play the same movies. Cinetopia's tickets are very pricey, however. But an interesting competition looms.

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Mark Campbell
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 - posted January 03, 2008 09:46 PM      Profile for Mark Campbell   Email Mark Campbell         Edit/Delete Post 
Off the subject but does anyone know what happened to the (not-so) old Everett 9 building after it was shuttered?

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Dan Roben
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From: Seattle, WA
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 - posted January 04, 2008 12:29 AM      Profile for Dan Roben           Edit/Delete Post 
It's sitting vacant. Didn't get a chance to see if there's a for lease or sale sign up, or if the interior has been gutted in any way.

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William Newman
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From: Everett, WA
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 - posted January 04, 2008 04:21 AM      Profile for William Newman   Email William Newman         Edit/Delete Post 
Dan and Mark--What I heard from my brother. Former Regal Everett 9 Cinemas is now 'CHURCH', each of the theatres has speak in different language.

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Dan Roben
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 - posted January 04, 2008 04:43 PM      Profile for Dan Roben           Edit/Delete Post 
Thanks, William. It was hard to tell as I was just driving by and glanced quickly at it.

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Matt Lutthans
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From: Marysville, WA
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 - posted April 06, 2008 01:14 PM      Profile for Matt Lutthans   Email Matt Lutthans         Edit/Delete Post 
Hmmm....this seems like an odd choice to me. There's a lot more $$$ within 5 miles of Everett Mall than there is within 5 miles of the waterfront. We'll see! It seems like they are really banking on the new housing development to send a lot of cash into the new theatre.

Matt Lutthans
Marysville, WA

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