A 10-Screen Movie Theater Coming to NoMa

by UrbanTurf Staff

A 10-Screen Movie Theater Coming to NoMa: Figure 1
Rendering of Capitol Point

A 10-screen movie theater is coming to NoMa.

The Landmark Theaters multiplex will be located in JBG’s Capitol Point project and is expected to open in the fall of 2016.

The theater will occupy 31,000 square feet at the mixed-use project, and include a full-­‐service bar, luxury seats, reserved seat selection, and 3-D projection.

When complete, Capitol Point at New York Avenue and N Street NE will include a 200-­room Hyatt Place hotel, 75,000 square feet of retail, 600 residential units and one million square feet of office space. The Hyatt is under construction with a planned completion date of next June, and a portion of the residential component (a 340-unit apartment building) is scheduled to break ground in the first half of next year.

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a_10-screen_movie_theater_coming_to_noma/7798


  1. Adam Lewis said at 3:05 pm on Friday November 8, 2013:
    Wow. How is this going to compete with the new theatre proposed for the Navy Yard? Developers must be betting big that Americans will always want to go to the movies. Hopefully they'll be designed in a way that makes them easily convertible into other spaces in case that bet doesn't work out.
  1. PCC said at 3:34 pm on Friday November 8, 2013:
    Landmark and Showplace exhibit very different products, and will operate in different markets.
  1. JohnDC said at 4:20 pm on Friday November 8, 2013:
    I'm confused. Is the building where the theater will open going to be completed this upcoming summer or will the theater be housed in another building yet to start construction in the same development?
  1. The Editors said at 4:24 pm on Friday November 8, 2013:
    JohnDC, It is our understanding that the building where the theater will be located will not be complete for about two years and the theater will open in late 2016. The Editors
  1. Butler Engle said at 1:29 am on Tuesday November 19, 2013:
    How about an article covering the street crime still plaguing the "up and coming" neighborhoods and how the 20 somethings who are all excited about being in hip areas are reconsidering living there and actually moving back to Northern Virginia?

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