AMC Brings Entertainment Home

posted by Patrick Crowley on July 22, 2005 at 1:35 pm

KANSAS CITY, MO — The Kansas City Business Journal has a report on a plan by AMC and the Cordish Company to create an $850 million dollar entertainment district in Kansas City.

The project, which plans to use the Midland and Empire theaters as anchors, will be centered in Kansas City’s downtown area. It will include a six-screen movie theater, residential condominiums, a restaurant, a bar, and a performance schedule that boasts “300-and-some days” of planned entertainment.

Interestingly, the project is a local one for AMC, as the company’s headquarters is actually in Kansas City.

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Ron Newman
Ron Newman on July 22, 2005 at 2:44 pm

Does AMC own any other live venues besides the Midland? Do they ever show movies (classic or otherwise)in the Midland?

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