Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to open in Littleton

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Posted 9/3/11

DDR announced plans to add Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to Aspen Grove Shopping Center in Littleton. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema combines dinner, drinks, …

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to open in Littleton

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DDR announced plans to add Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to Aspen Grove Shopping Center in Littleton.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema combines dinner, drinks, films and events, all under one roof. The theaters have been heralded for their unique programming events and high exhibition standards, earning accolades like "Best Theater Ever" (Time Magazine) and "the coolest theater in the world" (Wired). This will be the first Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in the state of Colorado.

In addition to the new 31,000 square foot movie theater, the redeveloped center will include 10,000 square feet of new retail and restaurant space. The project also includes a public green space that will connect the cinema to the main shopping area as well as offer entertainment and relaxation space for customers. The new space can also include outdoor seating for future restaurant tenants, as well as a space for outdoor events and activities.

"This is an exciting project for area residents as it will further solidify Aspen Grove as the leading entertainment destination in the area by offering a unique movie going experience, as well as great options for outdoor dining and entertainment," said Margie Munoz, general manager of Aspen Grove.

Demolition of the former Big Bowl and Buca Di Beppo restaurants is expected to begin by the end of the year. The new movie theater, retail building and public green space are all expected to be open by fall 2012.

"This project will bring additional choice and value to shoppers and provide jobs and revenue to the City of Littleton. We are grateful for the support of City Council Member Debbie Brinkman and nearby residents as we work to make this project a reality," concluded Munoz.

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