Cinemark Building 16-Screen NextGen Theatre in Cincinnati

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Fri, 07/08/2011 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager

Cinemark Holdings plans to construct a 16-screen all-digital movie theatre that will feature the company's new Cinemark NextGen design concept. The new complex will be the first Cinemark theatre in the area and will be located in the new mixed-use development known as Oakley Station which is the latest phase of The Center of Cincinnati retail center in the Cincinnati central corridor along Interstate 71. Slated to open just in time for the 2012 summer blockbuster season the new Cinemark NextGen theatre will offer the latest technology cutting edge amenities and customer-preferred options all under one roof. All of the stadium-seated auditoriums will offer a viewing environment with wall-to-wall screens 100 percent digital projection and enhanced sound systems equipped with higher quality speakers and 7.1 capable digital surround sound. Additionally this theatre complex will contain a Cinemark XD Extreme Digital Cinema auditorium. The lobby will be designed around one of Cinemark's innovative self-serve concession stands. The Cinemark XD Extreme Digital Cinema auditorium will be the largest in the theatre complex and one of the largest in Cincinnati. A Doremi server and a Barco DLP digital projector will deliver the digital images. Cinemark currently operates 19 theatres in the state of Ohio says Alan Stock Cinemark's chief executive officer. We are thrilled to construct a new Cinemark NextGen movie theatre for our customers in Cincinnati. Its central location will make it easily accessible to the entire market. We plan to move very quickly to achieve an opening in the summer of 2012. Cinemark