Williamsburg residents won’t have to take the L train to Union Square to catch the latest blockbuster for much longer. By next Fall, a $9.3-million, three-story Movie House with six screens and 850 stadium seats, will show first-run feature films! The theater is being built on a vacant lot at the corner of Driggs Avenue and Grand Street. It will be Williamsburg’s first multi-screen theater since the iconic Commodore was closed and subsequently demolised in 2002.
To learn more, check out the Brooklyn Paper’s article at: http://www.brooklynpaper.com/stories/33/51/wb_newmoviehouse_2010_12_17_bk.html