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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Pacific Theaters Multiplex in Chatsworth to be demolished for industrial complex

According to a document filed with the city’s planning department, the Winnetka Pacific Theaters multiplex location in Chatsworth, much loved by Valley filmmakers, will be transformed into an industrial complex.

The movie theater at 9201 Winnetka Avenue, known for comfy seating chairs and friendly, movie-savvy personnel, will give way to three industrial buildings totaling 273,500 square feet in the area, which are home to warehouses run by retail online giants like Amazon, and more. Known for distribution centers. ,

Pacific Theater, the former owner of multiplexes at The Grove and The Americana Shopping Plaza, operates 300 locations across the state, including the popular Cinerama Dome in Hollywood.

Vinnetka Multiplex canceled its shows and closed its doors in March 2020 amid the pandemic.

In April, Decurian Corp., the parent company of the Pacific Theater and ArcLight cinema chains, said it had decided not to reopen any of its 17 locations amid multimillion-dollar losses and pandemic-related restrictions. After a disastrous year.

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Earlier this year, Pacific Theaters Exhibition Corp. announced that it was filing a Chapter 7 for creditors to liquidate its assets.

AMC Entertainment recently leased a 14-screen cinema at The Grove in Los Angeles and an 18-screen theater at The Americana in Glendale, formerly occupied by Pacific Theaters.

Another location formerly occupied by ArcLight in Sherman Oaks was recently taken over by Regal Entertainment, which began a multimillion-dollar makeover and re-opened in July as the Regal Sherman Oaks Galleria.

The Sherman Oaks location originally opened in 2001 as Pacific Theater Galleria 16 and then reopened in 2007 as Arclight Cinema. The theater was closed in March 2020 due to restrictions related to COVID. A month later, the owner of the theater announced that the closure would be permanent.

The future of the ArcLight Hollywood location, an L.A. icon and recently the flagship of the once-popular mini-chain of the iconic moviehouse, is still up in the air.

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