The wait is almost over: According to a representative of Owosso, Michigan-based Neighborhood Cinema Group, the new luxury seating cinema at the Hudson Valley Mall will open for business on Friday, April 19.
The lease between Health Quest, which also operates Vassar Brothers Medical Center, and Georgia-based mall owner Hull Property Group was signed last week. An urgent-care facility will be part of the complex. A wide range of specialty care such as radiology, physical therapy, oncology, an infusion center, cardiology and a breast center will be offered.
A movie theater will be absent from the Hudson Valley Mall for the next four months or so, but the shows will go on again in January 2019, mall owners Hull Property Group said this week.
If you apply some retail analytics and look at longer-term trends, maybe the Hudson Valley Mall would be better suited as something else.
The Hudson Valley Mall is set to lose another major tenant this summer when Regal Cinemas shuts its doors. But the mall’s owners say they are in talks with another theater operator to take over and upgrade the 12-screen cinema.
Another bleak Hudson Valley January, another iconic brick & mortar store closing.
Renovations, better movie theater seating and medical services would do a lot. But there is one particular tenant that, if secured, could single-handedly save the Hudson Valley Mall. The people will come from miles around— the people will come.
The owners of the Hudson Valley Mall say they’re bucking the trend in a plunging retail sector by making a $1 million-plus “sacrificial investment” in it.
Will drastically reduced assessment enhance the town’s commercial property values?
The town is preparing for a possible decrease in the assessed value of the Hudson Valley Mall, which lost two anchor stores before being sold for a fraction of its former value.