UA East Whiteland Stadium 9
593 W. Lancaster Avenue,
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Firms: JKRP Architects
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The United Artists East Whiteland Stadium 9 was in the Chester County suburb of Frazier, west of Philadelphia, on Route 30, one half mile east of Route 202. The theatre had over 500 parking spaces.
The theater opened September 24, 1999. The exterior featured neo-Art Moderne styling. Each auditorium was stadium seated and had digital sound and wall to wall curved screens. JKRoller Architects of Philadelphia, PA designed the 40,000 square feet UA Whiteland theatre which was taken over by Regal when the chain absorbed UA theater.
On Sunday April 21, 2013, the theatre closed. Devon Automotive Group plans to open a Sloane Toyota automobile dealership in the end of 2013 on the site. Nearby, in Malvern’s Uptown Worthington area, a Muvico megaplex had been planned, but the deal collapsed in 2011.
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