Tangram project will include a 4D multiplex

Korean chain CJ CGV will open a theater with seven auditoriums in the development

TRD New York /
Oct.October 13, 2017 03:15 PM

Rendering of the movie theater and Tangram in Flushing (Credit: F&T GroupP and SCG America)

The movie theater coming to Flushing’s massive Tangram project will consist of a 4D multiplex with seven auditoriums from the South Korean cinema chain CJ CGV.

CJ CGV signed a lease at the 39th Avenue project, according to the Commercial Observer. The asking rent for the theater was $65 per square foot, and it should be for 20 years with options.

This will be the first movie theater in Flushing in 30 years. The 4D location will include environmental effects like rain and wind as well as motion vibration, and it will contain a ScreenX auditorium as well, featuring a 270-degree panoramic experience that extends visuals on screen to the left and right.

The Tangram project, one of many developments coming to Flushing, will also include two condo buildings with 317 units and an office condo with 48 units spanning 85,000 square feet. [CO]Eddie Small

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