Regal Cinemas at Thornton Place

Location: Seattle
Mason contractor: Wards’ Masonry
Architect: TK Architects
Owner: Regal Cinemas
Materials supplier: Owens Corning Masonry Products LLC

Photo by Wards’ Masonry
Faux stone in the Thornton Place Stadium 14 and IMAX in Northgate was used for a guest-service kiosk.

The focal point of the Thornton Place commercial community, one of the first certified LEED for Neighborhood Development projects in the country, is Regal Cinemas, with 3,000 seats and 14 screens, including an IMAX theater.

The interior uses about 1,200 square feet of an Owens Corning Cultured Stone product called Pro-Fit Ledgestone. The product, a manufactured stone veneer, supports the neon light columns at each theater’s entryway, frames the movie marquees and restroom doorways, and was used to create a guest-service kiosk.

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