Harkins Theatres purchases Olde Town 14 theater in Arvada

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Harkins Theatres has acquired the Olde Town 14 movie theater in Arvada, the chain announced.

Harkins said it will move swiftly to dramatically upgrade and remodel the theater with plans to reopen in the fall.

“Our Northfield at Stapleton location has been the top performer in the state for some time,” said Mike Bowers, president and chief operating officer of Harkins Theatres. “With the amazing success of this theater, we have been looking for just the right opportunity to grow. We are very excited to have found it in Arvada.”

“The Arvada theater will be completely remodeled and upgraded to include our latest and greatest amenities and programs,” said Dan Harkins, owner and CEO of Harkins Theatres. “Being a family-owned, American company based in the West, we are thrilled to be able to entertain our new friends in Arvada.”

Upgrades will include lounge seats, an in-lobby bar that will sell alcohol, state-of-the-art laser projection and digital sound, luxury finishes, wall-to-wall and curved screens and reserved seating.

The theater will also have a gourmet concession stand.

The theater is in the Olde Town district, at Old Wadsworth Boulevard and West 55th Avenue.

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