Ample Hills’ long-awaited Prospect Park West location finally opened its doors on Friday, May 28, following years of anticipation and delay.
The marquee is lit and the former Pavilion Theater in Park Slope has been burnished inside and out into a new Nitehawk venue.
The theater chain has new signage on the marquee outside their new space, a landmarked building located in the former location of the Pavilion Theater.
This morning the Landmarks Preservation Commission will consider developer Hidrock Properties' surprising plan to restore a one-story row of shops rather than build condos in Park Slope.
The transformation of the former Pavilion Theater in Park Slope is getting closer to reality as Nitehawk Cinema pushes forward on its revamp of the beleaguered theater.
WNYC reports that the three-screen Nitehawk Cinema is opening today on Metropolitan Avenue near the corner of Berry. The movie theater will be the only multi-screen venue in Williamsburg. Nitehawk is going to serve food, have a full bar, and
is “booking indie rock bands to play between movies.” will have indie filmmakers’ shorts playing before movies. The first three flicks being shown in the theater are “Midnight in Paris,” “Submarine,” and “The Trip,” according to Metromix.
New Nitehawk Cinema Brings the Silver Screen Back to North Brooklyn [WNYC] GMAP
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