Three-Story, 197,000-Square-Foot Movie Theater Project Planned at 165 Bricktown Way, Charleston, Staten Island

165 Bricktown WayVacant 165 Bricktown Way. Image via Google Maps.

Property owner Guido Passarelli, doing business as an anonymous Syosset, N.Y.-based LLC, has filed applications for a suburban-esque three-story, 197,333-square-foot commercial-retail building at 165 Bricktown Way, in Charleston, located along Staten Island’s West Shore. The new building will contain retail space on the ground floor, followed by a movie theater on the second floor and an upper mezzanine level. The movie theater will be equipped with a concession stand, a bar/lounge, and offices. It’s unclear how many screens the movie theater will have, or who will run it. Philadelphia-based JKRP Architects is the architect of record. The site measures a whopping 479,290 square feet and is currently vacant.

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2 Comments on "Three-Story, 197,000-Square-Foot Movie Theater Project Planned at 165 Bricktown Way, Charleston, Staten Island"

  1. Three-story again but not houses, it is movie-theater with entertainment such me as an audience in service.

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