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C. W. Showalter, and Andrew King opened the Orpheus Hall on Thanksgiving Day, 30 November 1911.  The amusement hall had a spring dance floor, but was also used for roller skating, basketball, banquets, and movies.  It was named after the Greek god of Mirth, “a famous musician who is reputed to have had power to entrance men, beasts, and inanimate objects by the music of his lyre.”  At 11:00 PM on New Years Eve, 1928, the hall was renamed Imperial Hall.  In a ceremony on 20 April 1965, Governor Governor Calvin L. Rampton took a sledge hammer and delivered the first blow in the demolition of the hall as part of a community beautification campaign.

 
 
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The entrance of the Cinemark Farmington at Station Park, on open day.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 15 July 2011

Cinemark Farmington at Station Park
844 W Clark Lane
Farmington, Utah 84025
801-447-8561
1059@cinemark.com
http://www.cinemark.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Chain:
Cinemark 
Auditoriums:
14 
Open:
15 July 2011  
 

The Cinemark at Station Park is part of a $200 million development built at the juncture of I-15, Legacy Parkway, U.S. Highway 89, and Frontrunner.  The 62-acre retail center provides a downtown village atmosphere with fountains, trees, outdoor dining, and performance areas.  The transit-oriented development allows commuters to spend money as soon as their arrive at their destination, similar to how gas stations and convenience stores are placed next to freeway off-ramps.[1 & 2]

Station Park will have 60 shops and up to 15 restaurant, including Best Buy, Barnes and Noble, J.C. Penney, Ross, Staples, Petco, Lane Bryant, Sports Authority, and Bed, Bath & Beyond.  Also planned are an ice rink, a fountain, and a six-story, 130-room hotel.[1 & 2]

Rich Haws, owner of Haws Co. and a member of the Stonehenge Development Team, began buying land for Station Park in 1996.  After working with the city of Farmington on the project from 2000 to 2006, Haws sold the land to California-based CenterCal Properties.[1 & 3]

Station Park was one of the largest redevelopment projects in Davis County.  In 2005 the Farmington City Council approved $18.5 million for the project, to be paid from property taxes generated by the retail center and reinvested into the project over twenty years.[3]

CenterCal officially began work on Station Park with a groundbreaking ceremony on 13 August 2008.[1] Grand opening will be in Spring 2010.
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1. “Work on Station Park gets under way”, Deseret News, 14 August 2008
2. “Farmington project to break ground”, Deseret News, 19 July 2008
3. “Farmington project on track”, Deseret Morning News, 22 May 2005