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2428 West Antelope Drive
Syracuse, Utah  84075
(801) 773-2254
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The theater has four ticket windows, with three entrance doors on either side.

Grant Smith, 14 May 2011

Syracuse Stadium 6 Theatres
(Syracuse 6)
 
2428 West Antelope Drive
Syracuse, Utah 84075
(801) 773-2254
http://www.uecmovies.com/theatres/details/1017
 
Status:
Open 
Chain:
UEC Theatres 
Auditoriums:
Open:
22 May 2008  
Architect:
Dixon & Associates 
 

The Syracuse Stadium 6 Theatres opened on 22 May 2008,[1] featuring wall-to-wall screens, state-of-the-art digital sound systems, rocking love seats, and stadium seating.[2]  Two auditoriums are large “premiere” theaters, seating 400 to 500.[3]  The theater complex is owned by Syracuse Stadium Cinemas, LLC.[4]

On 19 July 2007,[1] Hawes Brubaker Neider LLC broke ground for the 10-acre development.  In addition to the six-screen cinema, the project includes 14,000 square feet of in-line retail space, three 5,000 square foot pad sites for either retailers or restaurants, a 15,000 square foot mid-box retail building, and two 20,000-square-foot office buildings.  Crawford Construction of Logan, general contractor, began work on the theater in November 2007.[3]


1.
“Syracuse, Utah”, Wikipedia, September 2009
2.
“Syracuse 6”, www,syracuse6.com, September 2009
3. “Ground broken for cinema, retail project in Syracuse City”, The Enterprise, 29 October 2007
4.
“Search Inspections: Restaurants“, The Official Website of Davis County, Utah, September 2009