Century Plaza 10
410 Noor Avenue,
South San Francisco,
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Architects: Vincent G. Raney
Previous Names: Century Plaza 8
The Century Plaza opened in July 1985 with “Back To The Future” as one of the first films. With eight screens, it was the first modern multiplex in the area. Unlike modern multiplexes, four of it’s screens were large dome style theaters. In 1996 two more screens were added bringing the total to ten.
In the early-2000’s, as newer more modern megaplexes with 20 or more screens began showing up, the Century Plaza began to fade from the limelight as interest shifted to the newer theaters. The Cenury Plaza showed it’s last movie on April 17, 2008 as on April 18 the new Cinemark Century 20 opened two blocks away. It became a bowling alley and was demolished in late-2021.
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