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Landmark Theatres is planning to open a 10-screen movie theater in NoMa, with an anticipated opening in fall 2016.
The cinema will be part of the Capitol Point development by the Chevy Chase, Md.-based JBG Companies, which is located at the corner of New York Avenue and N Street NE and will also include a 200-room Hyatt Place hotel that is currently under construction, as well as residential, retail, and office components.
JBG announced the move in a press release this afternoon. The theater will occupy about 31,000 square feet. It joins a growing cinema scene in D.C., with a 16-screen theater planned for the Capitol Riverfront.
The theater will have feature a full-service bar and the ability to reserve seats. It’ll be the third Landmark theater in the D.C. area.
Rendering courtesy of JBG