Warner Quad makes a comeback

posted by Michael Zoldessy on November 28, 2007 at 7:41 am

RIDGEWOOD, NJ — Some new improvements are intact with the reopening of the Warner Quad

Workers scurried on Tuesday to clean the construction dust from the refurbished Warner Quad theater to get ready for today’s reopening.

“There has been a slight decline in people walking up and down the avenue, so we’re looking forward to it reopening,” said Gus Lainis of the Daily Treat restaurant across the street from the 1930s-era theater in the heart of the business district on East Ridgewood Avenue.

Read the full article on North Jersey.com.

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moviebuff82 on November 29, 2007 at 11:46 am

I’ve never been to this theater, but my aunt has been there since she lives in paramus, where most moviegoers go to these days instead of the smaller theaters. After the success Clearview had with renovating the 3-screener in Washington Township, Clearview is applying the same touch to the Warner Quad, which used to be owned by the parent company of the Tenplex, Cineplex Odeon. By the time Clearview bought the theater, the cinema was in decline in terms of quality and quantity as more people went to the megaplexes. This renovation means that the nearby Hawthorne theater, which shows movies that the Warner Quad can’t, will have to step up before it closes down soon!!!

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