Artist rendering of proposed Cobb Theater Fallschase Artist rendering of proposed Cobb Theater Fallschase The Shopping Center Group
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Location: 147 Vermillion Blvd, Tallahassee, FL

Status: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Owner: NATIONAL RETAIL PROPERTIES LP

Developer: Lormax Stern

Design: TBD

Contractor: EDC LLC (EILERSON DEVELOPMENT CORP)

Website: ONLINE

Value of Improvements: $12,790,000.00

ETA: Fall 2018

Description: Proposed for a vacant 5.527 acre parcel within the Fallschase Village Center is a brand new free-standing 68,400 SF building to house a new-to-market Cobb Movie Theater. The movie theater will feature 14 screens and more than 1,600 seats. There will also be a full service Cobbster's Kitchen as well as concession stands. Cobb Theaters is a Alabama-based quality move theater operator with over 25 theaters throughout the U.S. This project is a component of the Fallschase VC and is zoned Fallschase PUD. It is located outside of the City limits.

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Re: Cobb Theater Fallschase -- jmgnole
2018 Jan 03 04:35:25 PM
This is really moving along. They're saying Fall of 2018, and I wondered why it might take so long. A lot of iron going into this building. Big iron. A friend is doing the HVAC insulation on the project and he says that it's really high end, with nothing left to chance. I guess that we'll get to see the screens by Halloween.

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  • PRIME! Project Location: Fallschase Parkway, Tallahassee, FL
Last modified on Tuesday, 13 February 2018 18:29
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Re: Cobb Theater Fallschase -- jmgnole
2018 Jan 03 04:35:25 PM
This is really moving along. They're saying Fall of 2018, and I wondered why it might take so long. A lot of iron going into this building. Big iron. A friend is doing the HVAC insulation on the project and he says that it's really high end, with nothing left to chance. I guess that we'll get to see the screens by Halloween.
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