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12-Screen Regal Cinemas Announced For Shops At Nanuet

State of the art movie complex will include Regal’s ‘Premium Experience’

 

Simon Property Group, Inc. announced today that Regal Entertainment Group is bringing a state-of-the-art movie complex to the Shops at Nanuet. Regal Nanuet Stadium 12 & RPX (Regal Premium Experience) will open in 2013. Regal joins as the second tenant disclosed for the new shopping center.

Regal’s RPX concept presents movies with uncompressed surround sound and eye-popping images in 2D and RealD 3D, which is digital 3-D.  Each of the theaters will feature stadium seating with unobstructed views, digital projection in each auditorium, “a giant immersive screen illuminated by high-quality digital projectors and completed with a 9.1 pinpoint surround sound system.”

Regal Entertainment Group is eager to join this inviting and vibrant town center that’s under construction in Nanuet,” stated Russ Nunley, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Regal Entertainment Group. “Our theatre’s location on the development’s main street and alongside all the new merchants will make this a great place for shopping, dining and entertainment.”

Other amenities include retractable cup holders that can be moved to form seats for two and multiple ways to purchase tickets: a state-of-the-art box office, Regal Express kiosks for fully-automated ticket purchases and through the Regal App and REGmovies.com.

Regal Entertainment Group operates the largest and most geographically diverse theatre circuit in the country with 6,580 screens in 522 theatres in 37 states and the District of Columbia. The Tennessee-based company has theaters in 43 of the top 50 U.S. designated market areas. Regal’s closest cinemas are in Westchester County in New Rochelle, Yonkers and Mohegan Lake and in New York City. 

In early May, Simon announced specialty food retailer, Fairway Market, would open a 66,000 square foot store, its first in Rockland County also in the fall of 2013. More announcements are expected soon. 

Simon is the world’s leading retail real estate company and currently owns or has an interest in 337 retail real estate properties in North America and Asia comprising 244 million square feet. Simon is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana and employs approximately 5,500 people in the U.S. 

Smitty Chesterfield May 21, 2012 at 04:51 PM
Yes, and for daddy, there's Stiletto's for when mommy takes the children to a horrible kid's flick!
Brian May 21, 2012 at 06:01 PM
Great just another excuse for monseyians to come down here to nanuet! WTF!
Marsh May 21, 2012 at 06:02 PM
Well, I suppose the alternative could be to post complaints in a comments section somewhere. That sounds fun and productive.
Mike Hirsch May 21, 2012 at 06:08 PM
I think this mall will be great and I'm happy to never set foot in the Palisades Mall again. All I'm saying is that it will negatively effect the Main Street shops in New City. Not doom and gloom, just reality.
Bruce Cohen May 22, 2012 at 12:16 AM
I stopped going to Palisades years ago and the theater in the Marketplace when I became aware that the majority of the audience were gang members. Let's hope this won't repeat itself
Pat May 22, 2012 at 02:00 AM
I hate going to the movies at Palisades, for the most part the crowd is extremely rude. If I wanted to listen to other people talking, I would invite them out for coffee.
Madeline May 22, 2012 at 10:54 AM
Yeah!!!!! what great news.. I am so looking forward to the new mall...
Mary May 22, 2012 at 11:13 AM
Let's look at the big picture... China is purchasing AMC Entertainment...which one will be next? Regal Entertainment Group? Think the movie business will be changed in any way? http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/movies/la-fi-0522-ct-amc-wanda-react-20120522,0,111278.story We have become an entertainment society and that's just how "they" like it...watch movies and t.v....that way we won't pay attention to what's going on around us.
Scott Walters May 22, 2012 at 11:50 AM
I'm not holding my breath until I see the ribbon cutting and grand opening. SImon owes me phone calls for five years....
Gary May 22, 2012 at 12:28 PM
Wait didnt that stuff become the first to leave the Nanuet Mall? Sounds more like a hangout for undesirables. I mean what will they do feature Bollywood and Ecuadorian films?
Mary May 22, 2012 at 12:50 PM
The movie theater was also the first to leave the Spring Valley Marketplace many, many years ago.
Mary May 22, 2012 at 01:00 PM
BenRound.. They are hooked in with the government... http://www.boston.com/news/local/breaking_news/2009/02/stimulus_spendi.html People better wake up!!
John Taggart May 22, 2012 at 02:57 PM
Read both your links. Hiring a realestate developer to develop realestate dosent seem so strange. As for China, Clinton gave China most favored trade status in the 90s. I dont like it but China has every right to buy a theater business in the US now. I don't think we should be afraid of movie theaters because they might show a bad Chinese movie. I hope they listen to Leticia, the more miniture golf, bowling, movies,batting cages ect they can fit the better. Get away from playing games on the home computer and go out to the pyrimid alternative.
John Taggart May 22, 2012 at 03:09 PM
You guys who don't want the mall full of a "bad" element should be sure to get yourselves, friends, and families out to it, and make yourselves the element.
Mary May 22, 2012 at 03:37 PM
John: Simon Property is the world's largest real estate developer... Too big to fail...sound familiar? China will have full control over many aspects of our lives...guess that doesn't bother you. Obviously, you aren't looking at the big picture... Seems that you're more interested in fun and games. I'm with Tyler Durden...while the world is falling apart, you're looking to play miniature golf and go bowling...maybe you should be doing a bit more reading.
Yehbut May 22, 2012 at 03:49 PM
Not so sure about the mini golf or the bowling. There is a mini golf at Germonds pool that everyone got exited about initially, but now goes unused for long stretches of time. And Nanuet sits between two bowling alleys, one in New City and the other in Pearl River, not exactly long trips if bowling is your thing.
John Taggart May 22, 2012 at 04:33 PM
At this point Mary I think I'm far more educated than yourself, spelling aside. I said in my responce I didnt like it. I as most republicans and alot of democrats were against most favored trade status for China.I know to big to fail was a scam that just made the biggest banks bigger I know dammed well the middle east is turning into a giant jihad nation and I know the euro is about to collapse and US Russian relations are in the tank. However I'm commenting on a movie theater at the new mall and the mall its self. I'm not gona spend my life running around pulling my hair out. How about you give us some solutions for these totally off topic comments of yours. And my last word on this off topic topic, if your gona talk down to people get some guts and use your full name. The forum will be better on facebook.
John Taggart May 22, 2012 at 04:42 PM
Yehbut, you may be right. Its just sad when the kids in my neighborhood are inside gaming on warm sunny days. There is probably enough population to fill all the places you mention if people were more active.
Lynn Teger May 22, 2012 at 06:02 PM
John Taggert: Here is some information on Simon Properties Lend Lease Group which implements Smart Growth or Sustainable Communities, which is otherwise known as United Nations Agenda 21: http://www.lendlease.com/en/Group/Lend-Lease/Americas/Responsibility/Social-And-Community/Lend%20Lease%20Community%20Fund%20-%20US.aspx? According to it’s website, it’s vision is to “…focus on sustainable communities…”. Not by coincidence, the Town of Clarkstown has the exact same vision which is evidenced by the Town’s membership with the International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) that is costing taxpayers $1300 per year so that the Town of Clarkstown can, by their own admission, take “counsel” from this UN organization by implementing UN initiatives on the local level. Solution: Rockland County Towns need to withdraw their membership from ICLEI and immediately cease implementing Smart Growth or sustainable living policies. We do not need the United Nations to telling us how to plan our local communities, especially when their real agenda is to strip American’s of their property rights and redistribute wealth from Americans to other countries. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF-BtaTlGcc
John Taggart May 22, 2012 at 09:18 PM
Lynn Teger: I totally agree but I'm not in Clarkstown I can't vote the bums out. I'm sorry I got so political but I'm gona leave the post up anyway. Simon properties owns the land and the indoor / out door mall is going up now. I just hope its fun and we get good use out of it. Clarkstown selling out our sovereign rights aside.
HABIBHASAN-An American Storyteller May 25, 2012 at 03:30 AM
What is the need to have a [whatever number of screen] Cinemas in Rockland Malls when the County Legislature and The Five Town Halls are itself an entertainment; all We the People need is Pop Corn . . . to carry while attending their proceedings. Can The People of Rockland have at least one Store in the Mall where they can buy "affordable" pop-corn? Please! HABIBHASAN-An American Storyteller
rex merrins June 17, 2012 at 03:31 PM
WE DO NOT NEED ANOTHER MOVIE THEATRE. THERE IS ONE AT PALISADES AND THERE ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE ANY DUPLICATES AT EITHER MALL I ALREADY TOLD ALEX GROMACK THIS AND EVEN MACYS SHOULD GO WE HAVE A MORE BETTER MODERN THREE FLOOR STORE AT PALISADES. MACYS NANUET IS A DUMP. I DO NOT KNOW HOW ANY OF YOU GIVE THAT STORE THE SATISFACTION AND PATRONIZING THEM. AGAIN JUST LIKE SIMON MACYS ONLY CARES ABOUT THEIR MORE HIGHER PROFITABLE STORES. ROCKLAND STOP LIVING IN THE PAST. RIF RAF WILL BE AT NANUET TOO ALL MALLS HAVE IT NOT JUST PALISADES. NANUET MALL WAS NO GEM BEFORE PALISADES OPENED I KNOW I WORKED AT STERNS.
rex merrins June 17, 2012 at 03:39 PM
SURE YOU ALL WANT THAT SO WE HAVE A BIG FOUR FLOOR MALL OF STORES EMPTY AND HOW MANY LOST JOBS. I WISH YOU PEOPLE OF CLARKSTOWN WOULD THINK THINGS OUT BEFORE YOU COMMENT.AND FOR SURE ROCKLAND WILL FILE BANKRUPTCY. PALISADES IS A PLACE TO SHOP AND DINE ITS NOT A PARK. I GO THERE FOR THAT NOT ATMOSPHERE.
rex merrins June 17, 2012 at 03:40 PM
OH GROW UP
rex merrins June 17, 2012 at 03:46 PM
WHATS WRONG WITH PEARL RIVER LANES YOU ALL HAVE EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF AT PALISADES A BOWLING ALLEY, ICE RINK, IMAX MOVIE THEATRES ,CANT HAVE EVERYTHING AT YOUR DOORSTEPS. I NEVER HEARD SUCH A BUNCH I OF WHINEY PEOPLE OVER A MALL. I THINK KIDS ACT MORE GROWN UP THAN THE GROWN UPS.DO.
Matthew Ciuccio June 17, 2012 at 04:44 PM
So cute people still go to the movies. So retro.
rex merrins June 17, 2012 at 06:39 PM
YES PEOPLE GO TO THE MOVIES HOW MANY DO WE NEED TO OPEN ANOTHER SO THE OTHER WILL CLOSE AND PEOPLE LOSE JOBS. THINK ABOUT IT IF PEOPLE STOP GOING TO PALISADES THEN THEIR WILL BE 1,00S OF JOBS LOST IS THAT WORTH BEING SO HAPPY THAT NANUET IS BEING RESSURECTED. AT LEAST THR RESIDENTS OF PARAMUS AND BERGEN COUNTY FAIRYLY PATRONIZE ALL THEIR MALLS LIKE ADULTS NOT LIKE THE PEOPLE HERE WHO ACT LIKE CHILDREN. ITS LIKE YOU ALL ARE SAYING HA HA TO PALISADES AND JUMPING FOR JOY OVER NANUET LIKE IT WAS GODS GIFT TO THE WORLD.REMEBER ALEX GROMACK NO DUPLICATES AT BOTH MALLS REMEBER.
Clarkstown life June 17, 2012 at 08:22 PM
rex...maybe you should put your thoughts on paper first before memorializing them forever online.....your thoughts are quite difficult to follow
Kevin August 05, 2012 at 06:52 PM
The ramblings of a madman. The area could use an alternative to the AMC Loews at Pallisades especially since it is starting to show its age. Regal builds decent theatres, but I'm surprised National Amusements didn't want to open a higher end complex. I personally would have loved to see something like an Alamo Drafthouse or iPic open, the Regal Experience isn't very different from the AMC experience, perhaps I should put that in all caps REMEMBER ALEX GORMACK NO DUPLICATES. Ha ha.
mike February 25, 2013 at 08:54 PM
this is a win win AMC is deteriorating with poor management the more malls upscale stores and restaurants the better people Rockland will attract to live here!!

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