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by Sophia Savage
January 13, 2012 12:41 PM
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Alamo Drafthouse Targets Washington, DC for 2013

Tim League

Alamo Drafthouse is opening a theater at the newly completed One Loudoun retail space in Loudoun County, Virginia.

The 34,000-square-foot facility, set to open in spring 2013, will be Alamo's first cinema in the Washington, DC area. 

Tim and Karrie League's 

Alamo Drafthouse currently comprises six theaters in Austin, TX, three in Houston, TX, three in San Antonio, TX, and one each in Winchester, VA, and Denver, CO. Alamo also plans to open theaters in NY and LA.

One Loudoun Holdings, a joint venture of Miller and Smith and North America Sekisui House and its retail development partner, Potomac Development Group, announced the news. Miller and Smith's Bill May says "This type of mixed-entertainment venue is rare in Loudoun County and we're thrilled to bring such a unique experience to the One Loudoun community."

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  • Michelle Balloch | August 17, 2012 9:29 PMReply

    I see Mark Ds comment that Alamo is loosing its soul. I live in Ashburn and would love to help it gets its soul going in our area. I have been in the hospitality industry for years and LOVE the fact that your coming to my back yard. I think that I would be a great fit for your latest location and would love to have a chance to speak with someone. I have been a training General Manager for years and hope someone will contact me.

  • Mark D. | January 23, 2012 3:19 PMReply

    Alamo is losing its soul. It'll probably stay cool in Austin, but suburban Virginia and Denver? These new developments are bland. They're sprawl. They're everything Austin's original Alamo locations steadfastly weren't.