Cinergy purchases former Regal Cinemas location in Amarillo

Cinergy Entertainment Group has announced that it recently acquired a formerly-owned Regal Cinemas located in Amarillo located near I-40 and Soncy.

The group also announced its acquisition of a former-owned Regal Cinemas location in Midland. 

“We couldn’t be more excited to invest in these real estate properties within the communities that we already know so well,” said Jeff Benson, Founder & CEO. “This will be our second real estate acquisition in Amarillo and our third acquisition in the Midland-Odessa area, and we are invigorated by the opportunity to continue to be a part of these growing communities.”

Cinergy has not made a decision yet on what to do with these newly acquired locations. 

“Known for its luxury, dine-in auditoriums, cutting-edge arcades, bowling alleys, escape rooms, axe throwing, chef-inspired menus and sports bars, Cinergy has not yet determined the exact future for each of these newly acquired locations and will engage real estate and development professionals to assess the best use for each of these properties," the company said in a press release.

In 2018, the Dallas-based entertainment group opened its first Amarillo location, a brand-new, 90,000-square-foot Cinergy facility in Town Square Village at 9201 Cinergy Square.

The Regal United Artists Star Stadium 14 opened Nov. 20, 1998 and had large stadium seating for around 500 people at the theater located off of Interstate 40 and Soncy. The theater, which had been shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened in May 2021 but closed for good in September 2022.

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