Rendering of the Cinebistro at Liberty Center

Cinebistro to Join as Anchor at $300M Liberty Center

June 13th, 2013

Robert Carr, National Real Estate Investor
June 13, 2013

Steiner + Associates and Bucksbaum Retail Properties said Wednesday that Cobb Theaters will bring a new concept to help anchor its $300 million, Liberty Center project here.

The CineBistro theater will be 82,000 sq. ft. with 2,200 seats in 16 theaters. Six of the theaters will feature the full CineBistro experience, characterized by a chef-driven menu, seat-side dining and a full bar and extensive wine list. These theaters are 21 and over, with the exception of special events. The other 10 theaters will feature versions of the CineBistro concept and still offer restaurant-quality food and premium adult beverages.

CineBistro joins Dillard’s as one of two anchors already announced for the 1.1-million-sq.-ft. retail center, which is scheduled to open in 2015. A third anchor will be announced in the coming weeks, according to Steiner officials. The 64-acre site is located at the newly constructed $55 million interchange at Interstate 75 and State Road 129. The project is expected to include multifamily options and a 150-room hotel.

“We promised Liberty Township and Butler County that we would deliver the most upscale movie experience in the state of Ohio,” said CEO Yaromir Steiner in a statement. “Based on the company’s track record and our conversations, we are confident that we are delivering on that promise. This theater will be unlike anything this market has ever experienced.”

Download “CineBistro to Join as Anchor at $300M Liberty Center” National Real Estate Investor, June 13, 2013.

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