utahtheaters.info
 
  •Home •Theaters •News •Recent  
 
Cinemark
Century 16 Union Heights
7670 South Union Park Ave
Sandy, Utah  84047
(801) 568-3699
•Main Page •Contact Theater
•News Articles (3)
•Photos
•Showtimes •Guestbook (1)
•Facts & Figures  

Isis Theater
Salt Lake City, Utah

Open in 1908, the Isis Theatre was one of the first motion picture theaters in Salt Lake City.  Its manager in 1910 was Max Florence, who a year later tried to blackmail the LDS Church by selling amateur photos of the Salt Lake Temple interior.  Dan Kostopulos, a benefactor of underprivileged children, later renamed it the Broadway Theatre.  In a 1976 press conference, Palace Theatre operator Lee Harper complained bitterly of persecution, made acusations of police brutality, threatened the life of a local judge, and accused the LDS Church of being involved with the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luthar King.

 
 
  Home   »  Theaters   »  Century 16 Union Heights  »  Main Page
   
 
The entrance of the Century Theatres at Union Heights.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 18 December 2010

Century 16 Union Heights
(Sandy Century 16)
 
7670 South Union Park Ave
Sandy, Utah 84047
(801) 568-3699
http://www.cinemark.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Chain:
Cinemark 
Auditoriums:
16 
Open:
20 December 2005  
 
In July 2004, ground was broken for the Union Heights development at 7800 South and 1300 East in Sandy.1 The project includes a 16-screen theater, an office building, four retail buildings, and a 3-level parking structure.2

The Century 16 Union Heights theater opened on 20 December 2005 with a "Canned" Film Festival, benefitting the Utah Food Bank.  Moviegoers were treated to a free movie in exchange for canned or non-perishable food items.  The grand opening was held on the following day, 21 December 2005.  The multiplex features stadium seating, Dolby Digital sound, and THX certification in all 16 theaters.


1.
"Utah business in brief", Salt Lake Tribune, 21 July 2004
2.
"Now Preleasing Union Heights" (PDF), page 4, Sandy City Online