Posts Tagged ‘East of the Anacostia movie theater’

A Movie Theater Under Dupont Circle?

From Housing Complex:
It's been more than a year since the public last heard from the folks who want to build out the Dupont Underground, the 100,000-square-foot space underneath Connecticut Avenue that was once used as a trolley tunnel. With so much silence from such an ambitious project, it's easy to worry that the thing might [...]

Popcorn Tax Not a Hit With Theaters

A new sales tax on concessions sold at movie theaters proposed yesterday by Mayor Vince Gray and the D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development is the "first step" toward the construction of a multiplex east of the Anacostia River, the film office says.
Spokeswoman Leslie Green says that in the conversations her boss, Crystal Palmer, had with [...]

Gray Proposes Popcorn Tax Along With Major Overhaul to Film Incentive Program

Earlier this afternoon the Washington Business Journal reported that Mayor Vincent Gray is proposing a new vehicle to help finance the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development's longterm goal of enticing a movie theater chain to build a multiplex east of the Anacostia River. In legislation introduced in the D.C. Council by Chairman Kwame [...]

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